Associate In Nursing Programs
If you want to become a Registered Nurse (RN), you can enter the profession with an associate’s degree. A nursing associate’s degree is often referred to as an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in Nursing, or an ADN (Associate Degree in Nursing). This program prepares students to take the licensure examination for Registered Professional Nurses (RN) and often takes two years to complete.
Students study how to assess patients’ needs as well as how to make judgments in planning and implementing appropriate nursing care. Clinical experiences are often required and are conducted on-site at a variety of hospitals during the day, evenings, or weekends.
There are plenty of online, campus, and hybrid programs available for those interested in pursuing an associate’s degree in medical assisting. Use the links below to navigate our list of degrees.
Featured Associate In Nursing Programs
The nursing profession is a career path with considerable expected growth. By earning a nursing associate’s degree, you’ll be able to boost your career and and your earning potential. The programs in this list are offered in both hybrid and traditional formats, with flexible scheduling, allowing you to work towards your degree on your timetable.
Associate of Science in Nursing: “At Purdue Global, our AS in Nursing is designed to help you develop the knowledge, clinical skills, and work habits to direct and manage patient care, communicate with patients and caregivers, and participate as a member of a health care team in the nursing profession. This program includes instruction in the classroom and online, as well as laboratory and clinical settings.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Associate of Applied Science in Nursing: “At ECPI, our goal is to equip students with the most current knowledge and skills needed to meet the prevention, health maintenance, health promotion, and restorative needs of the patient. Our skills-based lab environment provides students with a realistic setting to learn the application of theory to clinical practice. Core areas of instruction include: Anatomy and Physiology; Acute Care; Medical/Surgical Nursing; Maternal/Newborn Nursing; and more. After earning their ADN degree, graduates are then qualified to take the RN-NCLEX exam through the State Board of Nursing.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Associate of Science in Nursing: “If you have a natural inclination to help others and a desire to work in the healthcare field, then the Associate degree in Nursing at Southern Technical is for you. This full-time program can be completed in less than two years and is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing. In the Nursing program, you can receive specialized training in critical care or perioperative nursing. Upon graduation, you’ll be eligible to take the National Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX-RN) to become a registered nurse.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Associate of Science in Nursing: “Our nursing education program is designed to help you gain entry-level employment as a registered nurse (RN). Your courses combine classroom theory with hands-on clinical experience in real-world healthcare settings to give you a practical, well-rounded educational experience. The Stevens-Henager College Associate Degree Nursing Program holds pre-accreditation status from the National League for Nursing (NLN).” Click Here to request information about this program.
Associate of Science in Nurse Aide: Nursing Assistant: “The Nurse Aide/Nursing Assistant degree program at Jolie provides students with training in: Anatomy and Physiology; Medical Terminology; Basic Nursing Skills; Personal Care Skills; Infection Control Care; and Safety and Emergency Procedures. Through this clinical and hands-on training, students in the Jolie nurse aide training program are well prepared for careers in the healthcare field.” Click Here to request information about this program.
Associate of Science in Nursing: “The City College nursing program is designed to prepare you to take the NCLEX-RN exam after you graduate, as well as to work as a first-level professional caregiver and a vital member of the medical team. You’ll learn how to effectively administer medications, and how to start, maintain and discontinue intravenous (IV) lines for fluid, medication, blood, and blood products. You’ll also gain expertise in administering therapies and treatments, and consulting with physicians and other healthcare clinicians.” Click Here to request information about this program.
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