A.S. Degree Program / 73 Credit Hours
To provide the required academic and clinical nursing skills that prepares students to enter into a specialized career in the nursing field. Associate in Science nurses are employed in a variety of healthcare settings including hospitals, ambulatory care settings, long-term care facilities, home health agencies, private duty opportunities, and other appropriate medical areas.
This program provides students with the theoretical, hands-on training and practical experience needed to pursue a rewarding career in the healthcare industry. Students will gain fundamentals concepts of nursing, nutrition, maternal/infant/child nursing, mental health, medical/surgical nursing, anatomy and physiology, psychology, and microbiology. Students will learn how to assess patient health problems and needs, develop nursing care plans and provide care to patients. Students will learn how to care for the physical and emotional well-being of patients, protect patient’s safety and personal rights, and use critical thinking skills to make clinical decisions alone or in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team.
Program Length and Start dates
18 to 24 months | Fall, Spring, and Summer Start Dates
How do I enroll?
You can apply online, give us a call at (407) 483-7424, or visit our Admissions Office.
Upon program completion, graduates are eligible to take NCLEX-RN credentialing examination.
This program offers:
- Qualified, Experienced Educators
- Nursing Skills Mastery
- Fully Equipped Clinical Lab
- Interactive Virtual Simulation
- Small Classes
- One on One Academic Mentoring
- Scholarships Available
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