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Jersey College has solely offered nursing programs since 2004 and has graduated over 2,000 licensed professionals.

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RN Program Structure

The RN Program generic track is divided into 12 week terms. The program is offered both in the day and evening.1 The day program is composed of 8 terms and the evening program is composed of up to 12 terms. The RN program has three Levels. Each Level focuses and builds on concepts, skills, and outcomes learned in the prior Level.

Level I

Students acquire the knowledge, skills, and experiences associated with general education and nursing support.

Level II

The knowledge and skills of students are expanded to include education in core nursing areas - medical-surgical, pediatrics, obstetrics, geriatrics and psychiatric nursing.

Level III

The program concludes with a capstone course that prepares students for their first year as a new RN and for the NCLEX-RN examination.

Sequence of Courses

All courses within a "Level" in the RN program generic track must be completed satisfactorily before a student is permitted to advance to the next Level. Subject to prerequisite restrictions as set forth in the course descriptions, the courses within a Level may be taken in any order, subject to space availability. The Levels and orders in which they should be completed are:

Day Program

  • Level I: generally, a 4-term course load;
  • Level II: generally, a 3-term course load; and
  • Level III generally, a 1-term course load.

Evening Program

  • Level I: generally, a 5-term course load;
  • Level II: generally, a 6-term course load; and
  • Level III: generally, a 1-term course load.

^ Evening Classes may not be offered at all campuses. Students are advised to contact the Campus Director to obtain additional information regarding the the times and availability of classes.

The Generic Track is offered at the following campuses:

  • Tampa, Florida
  • Jacksonville, Florida
  • Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
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