Associate of Science in Nursing Degree
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Qualifications for entry include:
Prospective students must be 18 or older or have proof of emancipation.
A prerequisite of a High School Diploma or recipient of an Equivalent (General Equivalency Diploma (GED). ** Please note that students with High School Diplomas from foreign, non-English speaking countries will be required to obtain an additional certified translation of the High School Diploma in English. The document must be a certified document stating that the translated diploma is equivalent to the High School level in the United States.
Students who attended an eligible program at a Title IV institution before July I, 2012, may use any of the ATB alternatives to become eligible for Title IV HEA student assistance
Pass a distance education assessment with the following minimum scores:
– 70 – Life Factors
– 70 – Technical Competency
– 60 – Technical Knowledge
– Achieve an entrance exam score of one ofthe following or provide proof of completed bachelor’s degree or BSN
– Entrance exam ie TEAS or the others accepted.
Compu-Med Vocational Careers reserves the right to deny admission to any applicant who does not meet these requirements. After the interview, a school tour is provided, and prospective nursing students are given an exclusive invitation to listen to a class before making the big decision. If the student still wishes to enroll, they are directed to the Admissions Officer to complete the goal of becoming a healthcare professional one step closer!
Nursing Job Outlook (BLS)
Program Learning Outcomes
Tuition and Fees:
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the difference between an LPN and an RN?
An LPN, is a licensed practical nurse who has received vocational training for practically 12 months. LPNs must work under the supervision of a nurse while providing basic patient care. An RN, is a registered nurse who has received an undergraduate degree of either an associate or bachelor’s level. With the added education, RNs have a broader level of training and therefore gain a broader scope of practice. These additional education and skills lead to higher salary potential.
Should I pursue an associate’s degree in nursing?
Yes, beginning your career in nursing with an associate’s degree allows you to begin your career at the RN level with a minimum timeframe of 24 months or less.
Is it possible to be an RN with an associate’s degree
Yes, to become a Registered Nurse (RN) and sit for the NCLEX-RN, a candidate must have an undergraduate degree of an associate’s degree or a bachelor’s degree in Nursing.
Is a registered nurse with an associate’s degree worth it?
A registered nurse (RN) with an associate’s degree can be worth the time and money it takes to get one. It’s a worthwhile investment for your future—particularly if you’re interested in advancing or beginning your career as a nurse.
Is an undergraduate degree required for nursing?
Yes, an associate or bachelor’s degree in Nursing is required to sit for the NCLEX-RN and become a Registered Nurse (RN).
Do hospitals hire nurses with associate degrees
The answer is yes—many hospitals are hiring nurses with associate degrees. In fact, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for registered nurses with associate degrees is projected to grow by 18% through 2026.
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