Programs Offered

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Come see what Lee College has to offer to prepare you to practice as a registered nurse. In Texas registered nurses have a starting salary of more than $42,000 annually. Job opportunities include hospitals, clinics, home health care facilities, long-term care facilities, industry and specialty health care hospital units.

Upon successful completion of the Generic Program an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is awarded. Graduates are qualified to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. The generic program can be completed in two years (six semesters), but most students take three years to complete the program.

If you are a licensed vocational nurse, work experience and required academic courses will be credited for the Transitional Entry Program. The transitional program can be completed in three clinical semesters.

Students who wish to transfer any nursing courses must make an appointment with the ADN program director (281.425.6229).

Alcohol & Drug Abuse Counseling

The program is approved by the Texas Commission on Alcohol and Drug Abuse.

The Lee College degree program provides 435 hours of approved curriculum in chemical dependency specific/related education including HIV training required for licensure/certification, and 352 hours of approved supervised field work practicum.


Vocational Nursing

The purpose of the Vocational Nursing program is to prepare individuals to perform basic nursing skills as defined by the Texas Nursing Practice Act. Lee College Vocational Nursing Program is accredited by the Board of Nurse Examiners for the State of Texas and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. According to the Texas Workforce Commission, Licensed Vocational Nurses in Texas have an average starting annual salary of more than $33,000. Job opportunities include hospitals, clinics, doctor’s offices, home health care facilities, and long-term care facilities.