Healthcare Education Programs
Nursing Program (128 Quarter Credits)
The Nursing (ASN) program is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and competencies in order to be eligible to take the State of Florida NCLEX-RN exam.
Practical Nursing (1372 Clock Hours)
The objective of the program is to prepare students to work in a variety of medical settings as a Practical Nurse.
Medical Assistant Program (740 Clock Hours)
The objective of this program is to provide students with adequate knowledge and technical skills needed to pursue entry-level employment in the health care industry as Medical Assistant. Medical assistants work directly with doctors, nurses, and patients in many health care settings, including medical offices, clinics, labs, x-ray facilities, hospitals, and insurance companies.
Nursing Assistant Program (335 Clock Hours)
This program is designed to provide the necessary information and skills for a student seeking employment as a Nursing Assistant in a facility or acute care setting under the supervision of a licensed nurse.
Home Health Aide Program (75 Clock Hours)
The objective of the Home Health Aide program is to enable students to acquire the skills necessary to enter the medical support field as a Home Health Aide.
Diagnostic Sonography (93 Credits)
The Diagnostic Medical Sonography Associate in Science degree program provides the knowledge and techniques required for specialization in the field of diagnostic medical sonography.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program BSN (122 Credits)
Upon successfully completing the nursing curriculum, graduates will be awarded the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and are eligible to sit for the U.S. NCLEX-RN examination.