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Nursing – RN Program

Graduates of our RN Program are prepared as Nurses receiving an Associates in Science, and prepared to take the NCLEX for licensing. An Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN) is one of three ways to become a Registered Nurse. It offers you a wide range of career possibilities and work environments and the ability to work with patients from infants to the elderly and everything in between. Nurses who have earned their ADN work directly with patients as health care professionals, while also having the opportunity to pursue a higher-level nursing degree at a later date while still earning a good living. RNs have higher earning potential, more options for positions and specializations, more opportunity for advancement, and more long-term job security. They also have more job responsibilities, including the development of care plans, managing LPNs or others in a healthcare facility, and providing a more in-depth level of care. RNs are able to practice at many different medical facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, doctor’s offices and other healthcare facilities. Program length for full-time students is 2 years on average. For more information about the RN Program head over to When done with close the tab and you will be brought back to this page.

Entrance Requirements

(for a complete list of requirements please speak to Admissions)
  • Copy of High School Diploma or GED
  • 18 Years Old
  • $75 Non-Refundable Application Fee
  • Passed the Entrance Exam per TPI Policy
  • Signed Enrollment Agreement
  • Copy of current CPR card w/Basic Life Support (BLS) for Health Care Providers
  • A written essay

Download PDF – Program Breakdown

Upon LPN Program Completion: Diploma in Practical Nursing

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