Education For Nurses
Are you thinking about attending Health Career Institute to receive your associate of science degree in Nursing? The following will give you a brief overview of what courses and credits you are to expect when you attend this West Palm Beach postsecondary institution to reach your career goals.
General Education Courses For The HCI Nursing Program
Once you enter the Nursing program at HCI, you will need to make sure that you take your general education courses. The courses required are as follows:
- English Composition I
- Anatomy and Physiology I
- Human Growth and Development
- Elements of Nutrition
- Anatomy and Physiology II
These courses will total 30 of the 72 credits needed in order to graduate with your associate of science degree in Nursing.
Remaining Courses For The HCI Nursing Program
There will be 42 credits remaining to be completed once your general education courses are completed. The courses to be completed are:
- Intro to Professional Nursing
- Fundamentals of Nursing I
- Fundamentals of Nursing I Lab
- Fundamentals of Nursing I Clinical
- Nursing II Lab
- Nursing II Clinical
- Nursing III Lecture
- 2261LNursing III Clinical
- Psychiatric Nursing
- Psychiatric Nursing Clinical
- Clinical Preceptorship/practicum
These courses range anywhere from 1-7 credits each, which will bring you to the full 72 credits needed for graduation.
If you have any questions regarding the associate of science Nursing program, or any other programs offered at HCI, please do not hesitate to contact us here.