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Post Baccalaureate Accelerated Associate Degree Nursing Program

Description:

Gain the education and training you need to play a critical role in providing treatment, support and education to both patients and their family members. You will learn legal and ethical aspects of the profession; use case studies to analyze and establish information related to patient care; work in hospitals, long-term care and community-based facilities; and use outcome measures to critically assess situations and develop treatment plans. Our program offers an innovative curriculum; supportive faculty; state-of-the-art equipment; hands-on learning; supervised time in hospitals, geriatric settings and community-based agencies; and preparation to take the national licensure exam for credentials accepted throughout the United States.

Student Learning Outcomes:

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Program Entry Requirements:

The first cohort will start during the Summer 2019 term, beginning on May 13, 2019. Students who successfully complete the Accelerated Nursing program’s four-course cycle will be eligible to take the NCLEX licensing exam for their R.N. as early as September 2020. 

To be eligible for this program, students must have completed all corequisite courses (BIOL 109, BIOL 110, BIOL 241 and DIET 111) prior to the beginning of the Summer term, which begins on May 13, 2019. All transfer courses must appear on data sheet by end of Spring semester prior to admission to the program. Applicants must also meet the requirements for admission to the traditional program including a GPA of at least 2.75.

Program of Study and Graduation Requirements:

TBA

Course Sequence:

Summer I

Course Number and Name Prerequisites and Corequisites Credits Gen Ed Req.
NURS 101 - Nursing I BIOL 109, DIET 111, ENGL 101 (must be taken prior to or concurrently) 7 credits  

Semester 1

Course Number and Name Prerequisites and Corequisites Credits Gen Ed Req.
NURS 132 - Nursing II NURS 101 must be taken prior; BIOL 110ENGL 102, MATH 118 or above (must be taken prior to or concurrently) 7 credits Writing Intensive

Semester 2

Course Number and Name Prerequisites and Corequisites Credits Gen Ed Req.
NURS 231 - Nursing III NURS 132 must be taken prior; BIOL 241SOC 101CIS 103 (must be taken prior to or concurrently) 7 credits  

Summer 1

Course Number and Name Prerequisites and Corequisites Credits Gen Ed Req.
NURS 232 - Nursing IV NURS 231 7 credits  

Minimum Credits Needed to Graduate:

28

General Education Requirements:

TBA