Accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission
3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, GA 30326
Approved by the Tennessee Board of Nursing
227 French Landing, Suite 300, Nashville, TN 37243
The Nursing Program prepares individuals to be providers and managers of nursing care and members of the nursing discipline. Graduates use a clinical decision making process to provide care to diverse individuals across the life-span.
Following acceptance into a nursing class, the day program includes a sequence of four clinical program courses that can be completed in two academic years. A new day class is accepted each fall. The night program includes five clinical program courses and takes two and one-half years to complete. New night classes are accepted every other year on the odd numbered years. The next class is fall 2013. A minimum grade of “C” must be earned in all courses included in the summary of required hours.
Go to the nursing website for detailed information on program policies or for information about admission, readmission, transfer from an accredited nursing program, and articulation with baccalaureate programs.
Hospitals, physician’s offices, home health care agencies, nursing homes.
Admission into the Nursing Program is a competitive process. Application deadline is March 15. All required prerequisites must be completed prior to enrollment in the first nursing course. Priority consideration is given to applicants who have taken general education and support courses. Go to the nursing website for detailed information on admission, selection, policies, etc.
Attendance at a Nursing Program Information Session is strongly encouraged.