The AD Nursing Program is a three-year (6 or 7 semester) program leading to an Associate Degree in Nursing. Students who meet the requirements for progression may complete the program for the associate degree. Those students are then eligible to take the NCLEX-RN examination to become registered nurses. Graduates of a practical nursing program who would like to further their nursing education may apply to enter the second year of the nursing program when requirements are met. Students earning an Associate Degree in Nursing have the opportunity to earn a Bachelor’s Degree or Master’s Degree in Nursing through four-year institutions RN-BSN Completion or AD to Master’s programs. Students should contact the four year institution offering the degree.
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