Nursing - Associate Degree at Apollo College

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The mission of the Nursing Program at Apollo College is to develop highly educated, knowledgeable, skill-oriented graduates who possess the necessary behavior and attitudes to become entry-level Registered Nurses to serve the needs of the community after completing state licensing requirements. A focus of the program is to prepare graduates to successfully pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses. The Nursing Program is built upon a base of general education courses that will give the nursing student critical thinking and mathematical skills as well as perspectives from the humanities and social sciences. This base enables nursing students to think critically, make decisions, gain independence, organize work, take initiative, supervise others, be responsible employees and life-long learners. Instruction takes place on campus in classrooms, learning skills laboratory, computer laboratory and at various hospitals and healthcare facilities in greater Phoenix. Highly competent faculty, quality instruction, and first-rate facilities together help prepare students for careers after graduation. The program is open to those who have already completed prerequisite college courses. Study at Apollo College requires four sixteen week semesters, totaling sixty-four (64) weeks. With the prerequisite course the program is 71 semester credits. Graduates of the Nursing Program will be awarded an Applied Science Degree from Apollo College. Associate Degree of Applied Science - Graduates eligible to sit for RN exam

Program Nursing
Degree Associate Degree
Category Health & Medical/Nursing
Location Phoenix, Arizona
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