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These certificates are designed for the student who has already earned a degree from an accredited institution and would like to obtain higher-level skills. A student pursuing these certificates should have prior academic work or equivalent work experience.

Nurse Re-Entry

The objective of this re-entry program is to prepare graduates to successfully transition back into the role of Registered Nurse or Licensed Practical Nurse.

Details of the RN Re-Entry Program:

  • 11 Modules of Coursework
  • 120 Hours of Didactic Studies
  • 120 Hours of Clinical Practice
  • NCLEX Exam is not required upon completion of the program

Details of the LPN Re-Entry Program:

Architectural Study Abroad

Through location-specific architectural history preparation and travel to overseas locations, this course introduces the student to architectural design philosophies and construction systems that have developed throughout the ages. Each year, the destination cycles through locations such as Spain, England, Italy, Germany, and Greece.

1 hour of seminar per week for four weeks, 10 days of foreign travel

Computer Networking

These certificates are designed for the student who has already earned a degree from an accredited institution and would like to obtain higher-level skills. A student pursuing these certificates should have prior academic work or equivalent work experience.

Applied Business Management

Applied Business Management is a degree-completion program that's offered entirely online. Students must have at least 50 transferrable credits from an accredited institution. All coursework from an accredited institution not used to meet core requirements may be used toward the 120-credit minimum provided that it does not duplicate other coursework.

A student with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Business Management will be able to:

Research & Evidence-Based Practice

Nursing is an art and a science which uses evidenced-based practices. This course analyzes the process of evidence-based practice, which is defined as the synthesis of scientific evidence, clinical judgment, patient preferences, and available resources. The student formulates clinical questions, performs database searches, appraises retrieved evidence, and develops a quality improvement project on a topic of interest.

4 hours of online lecture per week

Palliative & End-of-Life Care

This course examines pain control, symptom management of various organ systems, and therapeutic communication with patients and their families. It details collaborations with ancillary teams and options for non-medicinal approaches to symptom management. Through a series of case studies and online discussions, the student role plays encounters and details interventions in complex cases using current evidence-based practices.

3 hours of online lecture per week

RN to BSN: Online Transition

This is the first class in the progression to the BSN program and includes orientation to the program; orientation to the library and student resources; discussion and use of effective online communication and netiquette; and development and presentation of baccalaureate-level presentations.

1 hour of online lecture per week

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