The Benefits of Online Nursing Programs at HCI
Health Career Institute is the perfect place to launch your career in nursing. Nurses play a key and irreplaceable role in the medical world, providing medical care, assisting doctors and other healthcare providers, offering familial support, and much more.
To be a superior nurse requires heart and a passion for the work, as well as a solid educational foundation and well-rounded, comprehensive training. Here at HCI, we offer that education and training in an accessible online program, an ideal complement to your commitment to nursing and helping people in your community.
HCI’s nursing program offers the best of both worlds. With the online course structure, you’re able to study and perform coursework around your busy schedule. Parents, full-time employees, caregivers of other kinds, and those living in more remote areas can all benefit from HCI’s online program that offers the flexibility so many of us need in today’s demanding environment. For those who work best as self-starters, or who keep untraditional hours, an online learning program lets you maximize your education by letting you learn when it’s most effective and most convenient for you.
Nursing Degrees at HCI
At HCI, you can earn different types of nursing degrees and certifications.
The most foundational among them is the associate of science (AS) degree in nursing, or you may opt for a bachelor of science (BS) in the same.
Depending on where you hope to work or what future certifications you hope to pursue, either one of these degrees may be the right choice for your nursing educational foundations.
In your nursing education program, you will take courses covering the following topics and more:
● General psychology
● Introduction to nursing
● Fundamentals of nursing
● Anatomy and physiology I & II
● Psychiatric nursing
● Pediatric nursing
● Leadership in nursing
Blending Online with Real Life Learning
HCI’s online nursing program allows you to learn the foundations and fundamentals via online courses. Once you’ve completed the coursework, you will shift into an in-person learning environment with your placement in an affiliated hospital or clinic. This hands-on approach rounds out your nursing education experience.