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Our classes are very informed and detailed and the instructors have a deep passion for the field that comes through in lecture.

Employment Chart
Employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26% through 2020, faster than the average for all occupations. (source)

Median annual wages of registered nurses was
$65,470 in May 2012. (source)

Registered nurses (RNs) constitute the largest healthcare occupation, with 2,737,400or around 2.7 million jobs in 2010. (source)

I also love the relationship I can have with my professors. They do not make me feel like they are superior to me....they make me feel like they are my mentors wanting me to succeed as much as I myself want to succeed.

Amy Vanderwall, Nursing (B.S.), 2011

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Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Nursing, Completion

  • clinical and administrative positions
  • home health nursing
  • public health nursing
  • health care case management

Nursing, Traditional

  • clinical and administrative positions
  • home health nursing
  • public health nursing
  • health care case management

Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)

Nursing, RN Preparation

  • work in long-term care facilities
  • work for home health agencies
  • work for private duty nursing agencies

Health Arts: Practical Nursing Emphasis

  • work in long-term care facilities
  • work for home health agencies
  • work for private duty nursing agencies

Certificate

Practical Nursing Certificate

  • work in long-term care facilities
  • work for home health agencies
  • work for private duty nursing agencies

Related Minors

  • A baccalaureate (Bachelor of Science [B.S.]) student may earn up to two minors
  • A student may not enroll in a minor within the same discipline as the declared major

Facility Photos

Student nurse cleansing and applying a dressing to an intravenous lock site. Nursing student and instructor evaluating simulated apical heart rate. Two student nurses tending to a “patient” in the nursing lab: one student is adjusting an intravenous pump and the other student is assessing the “patient’s” capillary refill. Nursing instructor demonstrating the assessment of an intravenous solution with students observing in the lab. Nursing instructor demonstrating how to count IV drops to assure appropriate drip rate. Student nurse exposing an IV site for a dressing change. Example of some of the nursing lab equipment: IV bag and tubing. Student nurse demonstrating cathSim for practice in IV catheter insertion.

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