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Associate Degree in Nursing Education

Graduates of the Associate of Science in Nursing program are accountable, adaptable generalists prepared with the knowledge and skills to enter the practice of nursing at an advanced beginner level in a variety of settings, continue their professional development through to proficient and expert levels, and advance their education to the baccalaureate in nursing level. After successful completion of the Associate program, the student becomes eligible to apply for the Registered Nurse NCLEX examination and upon successful completion of that examination, may apply for their Registered Nurse license.

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