RN- Associate Degree In Nursing
Description of the program:
The Associate of Science (A.S.) in Nursing program is a 74-credit hour course that can be completed in as little as 24 months. The program prepares students for employment as Registered Nurses in hospitals or comparable facilities. For the General Education of the degree program, HAI offers students the opportunity to complete these courses online.
- No Waiting List
- 24-Month Program
- Flexible Day & Evening Classes
- Tutoring Preparation for TEAS Exam
- Eligible to take NCLEX Exam
- Online Option for General Education
Upon graduation, the student is awarded an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and is eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) to become a Registered Nurse (RN) and subsequently seek employment in the field. The program is approved through the Florida State Board of Nursing.
This program is for people interested in performing the duties associated with being a Nurse. Graduates are prepared to practice as a nurse in primary, secondary, and tertiary care settings where policies and procedures are specified and guidance is available. The Associate of Science Degree in Nursing program is accomplished in six semesters. The Associate of Science in Nursing is designed to provide educational and clinical experiences at the technical level and to contribute to the promotion of health care in the community.
Hearts Associates Institute (HAI) offers an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing to both Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) [transition student] and those who have no previous nursing education [generic student].
The LPN to RN Transition Track recognizes the LPN’ s nursing knowledge and skills. This program is designed for the LPN who feels qualified to participate in an accelerated program.
The Generic Program is for the applicants who have no previous nursing education or the LPN who does not wish to enroll in an accelerated program. Since nursing is a limited access program, entrance requirements are the same.