Associate of Nursing
The objective of the registered nursing program is to prepare students for the eligibility to apply for the Registered Nurse National Council Licensing Examination and attain knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet minimal competency for entry-level practice.
The purpose of the registered nursing program is to provide theoretical instruction and clinical application of the art and science of nursing. This will be expressed through therapeutic and caring relationships that promote optimal physical, psychological and spiritual health and well-being. The core values of caring, diversity, ethics, excellence, holism, integrity, leadership and management and patient-centeredness are reflected in the associate-degree nursing curriculum.
|Duration||15 – 24 Months*|
The objective of this program is to prepare the student for the NCLEx exam by providing them the knowledge, skills and confidence necessary to be a compassionate, ethical and competent caregiver.
The purpose of the practical nurse program is to provide theoretical instruction and clinical application of vocational role and function, personal, family and community health concepts, nutrition, human growth and development over the life span, body structure and function, interpersonal relationship skills, mental health concepts, pharmacology and administration of medications, legal aspects of practice and current issues in nursing.
An application fee (see below) is required when enrolling in the desired program and is non-refundable which is used to process all documents required for enrollment.
Students are responsible for costs relating to pre-admission testing,background check documentation,nursing liability insurance policy, health examinations, immunizations, transportation, textbooks, uniforms, and must be validated at the time of enrollment into the program.
**Perspective student will be required to meet with an academic advisor prior to completing an application to discuss desired program tuition cost.