Associate of Science Degree - Nursing ADN/RN
A full time 2-year Associate of Science degree in nursing program. Successful completion permits the graduate to take the national exam to obtain a Registered Nurse (RN) license. The Associate of Science degree in Nursing prepares the graduate to work in a position in nursing. An Associate Degree in Nursing may be the first step in nursing to prepare the RN for further studies (through university programs) to progress in the profession to receive a Bachelor of Science in nursing degree, then a Masters of Science in nursing degree, and then a doctoral degree.
The nursing programs are a Limited Access Programs. A selective admissions process with specific selection criteria is utilized in order to select the most qualified applicants. The strength of the applicant pool varies from year to year, with the best qualified applicants receiving first consideration. It is the applicant’s responsibility to inquire about these specific admission and selection criteria and to ensure that all required documents are received on campus prior to the deadlines posted in the application packets. Admission to the nursing programs are not guaranteed. Please review the application process and speak to our nursing advisors with any additional questions regarding selection.