Careers in Helping Others
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 physicians’ offices, hospitals, long-term care and community-based facilities; and use outcome measures to critically assess situations and develop treatment plans. As a student of the College’s Nursing program, you will enjoy many benefits, from an innovative curriculum to 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 exam for credentials accepted throughout the United States.
This program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing.
Associate in Applied Science, and transfer to a four year-college
- Doctors' offices
- Home health care services
- Nursing care facilities
- Employment services