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Program Delivery Options

Nursing Program Curriculum Options Offered

The Nursing Program currently offers two full time program options for the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing: The Generic Option and the LPN-RN Transition Option.  

The LPN-RN Transition Option is a curriculum for those students who already hold a current Florida Practical Nursing License without restrictions or public complaint. The LPN-RN Transition program recognizes the Florida Licensed Practical Nurses’ knowledge and skill level, and provides them the opportunity to receive experiential learning credits for Nursing Process I/II (Fundamentals of Nursing) and the specialty lab nursing courses.

The Generic Program Option is offered in the traditional classroom setting.  It is a curriculum for student applicants who have no previous nursing education.

The Part-Time Generic Option is offered in a traditional classroom setting but on a part-time schedule beginning every January.  It is geared for the student desiring to attend the BC Nursing Program while still being able to work. 
  • Theory classes will be offered one night per week from 6-9 PM.
  • Clinical courses will be held on a weekend day.
  • All admission criteria is the same as for the full-time ASN program.
  • Application deadline is August 30th, 2020.
  • Obtain three insurance licenses exam-free
  • Complete your degree in only 24 months
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