Our Associates Degree in Nursing (A.D.N) program is
designed for adults wishing to complete their preparation as a
Registered Nurse (R.N.) in an evening and weekend or afternoon and
weekend format. Clinicals are completed on weekends (Fri/Sat/ or
Sat/Sun) in a variety of Greater Los Angeles area
facilities. Students must provide their own reliable transportation to
and from clinical facilities. The deadline for the Spring term is
September 1. More information on the ADN Program.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN) program is designed for
students to meet present and future needs in the health care system.
Graduates of the BSN program, which is approved by the California
Board of Registered Nurses and accredited by the Collegiate Commission
on Nursing Education, are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN licensure exam
qualify for the Public Health Nursing Certificate. The deadline for the
Fall start term is February 1. More information on the BSN Program.
Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed for
those who have previously completed a baccalaureate degree in another
field and have successfully completed the necessary prerequisites for
this program. The program starts twice a year, in the Summer and Fall.
The program is limited to 40 students each start term. This is an
intensive three semester program that requires students' full attention
and focus. The deadline for the Fall start term is March 1 and the
deadline for the Summer start term is October 15. More information on the Accelerated BSN Program.
RN to BSN completion program is designed to meet the needs of the
working nurse who want to advance their nursing education. Whether you
are working 12 hours shifts or Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm, students
will be able to complete the program in as little as three semesters of
full time study. Students will take General Study courses in the Weekend
College (WEC). Preceptorships will be during the week and arranged
individually to meet the student’s needs. Students must provide their
own reliable transportation to and from clinical facilities. The
deadline for the Fall start term is April 1 and the deadline for the
Spring start term is September 1. More information on the RN to BSN Completion Program.
The MSMU RN to BSN program will be offered on the Mt. SAC campus for Mt.
SAC ADN graduates. The program consists of three continuous semesters
of full-time study to complete 22 units of required upper division
nursing and 9 units of required General Studies (31 total units to be
taken with MSMU). This is a competitive application process and a
cohort of 50 students will be selected to begin Fall 2017 and graduate
in Summer 2018. Applicants will be admitted based on meeting all of the
minimum admission requirements and their composite score ranking (see
Admission Requirements for specific details). Classes will be held two
evenings a week on the Mt. SAC campus. Assigned clinical experiences
will be arranged in the "Mt. SAC geographical area" and Los Angeles
County and may be on any day of the week. Students must provide their
own reliable transportation to and from clinical facilities. Students
will be provided with all dates of classes prior to beginning the
program. More information about this program is available on the Mt. SAC webpage.
Please email us at email@example.com for more information.
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