Top 5 Pre-Nurse Programs in Nursing Studies 2019/2020
A pre-nurse program is typically a unique initial step for individuals to educate themselves about the nursing profession, covering math and science topics from chemistry to statistics. This may help students to gain knowledge about the medical industry and decide whether to pursue an advanced degree.
Students who wish to join the medical profession as a nurse may study nursing. This field of study looks at the prevention of illnesses, alleviation of suffering, advocacy for patients, treatment of injuries and promotion of health tips.
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Graduate Nursing Program is designed for students who have already earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an NLNAC-approved progra
Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Program
Graduate School Deadlines:
Application Deadline – Summer: April 1
Document Deadline – Summer: May 1
FNP Program Applications Accepted:
Fall: February 15 – March 15
The Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Graduate Nursing Program is designed for students who have already earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing from an NLNAC-approved program. While the FNP program itself only admits students during the Fall semester, applicants must first be accepted during the Summer semester as students into the Graduate School (which is the generalized school under which all program specializations are housed).
In whole, the FNP program is designed to last six (6) consecutive semesters (comprising 44 credit hours) including the first Summer semester, which will be spent taking the prerequisite courses necessary for the student to become eligible to begin the FNP program in the Fall. This program culminates with the student earning a Master of Science in Nursing with a specialization as a Family Nurse Practitioner, which grants them eligibility to take either the American Association of Nursing Practitioners (AANP) or the American Nurses Credentialing Corporation (ANCC) examinations....
This two-year degree prepares students planning to enter a nursing program or related healthcare field. Welch College is a member of the Partners in Nursing Program. Seat
Associate of Science Degree: Pre-Nursing
This two-year degree prepares students planning to enter a nursing program or related healthcare field. Welch College is a member of the Partners in Nursing Program. Seats in the Partner in Nursing Program (administered through Belmont University by the Tennessee State Board of Nursing) are set aside for qualified Welch College graduates of the A.S. in Science who can then complete the Bachelor of Science Degree at Belmont University in two additional years.
The Associate in Pre‐Nursing degree is generally pursued by students who plan to transfer to a four‐year college or university at the junior level to a Bachelor of Scienc
The Associate in Pre‐Nursing degree is generally pursued by students who plan to transfer to a four‐year college or university at the junior level to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (BSN). Four‐year schools accepting Pre‐Nursing Transfer degree include Seattle University, Seattle Pacific University, University of Washington‐Seattle, Washington State University, Pacific Lutheran University, Northwest University and Walla Walla University. This degree is designed to meet the distribution requirements at universities in Washington state, by fulfilling the general requirements taken by freshmen and sophomores.
Green River - A leader in university transfer
Our 2+2 transfer program offers students an opportunity to start their four-year bachelor's degree. The transfer program provides courses equivalent to the first two years of a university degree. Students can take two years at Green River College, then transfer to a university to complete their four-year degree....
European Nursing Foundation Program is an intensive program geared towards educating internationally trained/qualified nurses to specifically meet the standards and expec
European Nursing Foundation Program
European Nursing Foundation Program is an intensive program geared towards educating internationally trained/qualified nurses to specifically meet the standards and expectations of NMC (Nursing and Midwifery Council – UK).
Upon completion of this course, qualified nurses can apply to register at NMC-UK and apply for related jobs with UK employers. After having gained work experience in the UK (usually 2 years), graduate nurses can apply to work in the USA and Canada.
Upon successful completion of this program, nurses may also consider applying for registration in other European countries.
This course includes general training in general English, academic English and OET (nursing). Nurses will also receive training for the subject elements of CBT exam. OSCE practice is also part of the program....