You’ll study anatomy, physiology, microbiology, chemistry, nutrition, psychology, and more, at a faster pace than a BSN.
As part of your curriculum, you’ll work in a lab and practice in a clinic or other healthcare facility.
You’ll be trained to take on leadership roles. As you become more experienced, you’ll be given more responsibilities, such as developing treatment plans, educating patients and supervising other nurses.
You’ll work with doctors and other Registered Nurses, administering medication and injections, and taking care of patients and their families.
- Magnet Hospitals
- Doctor’s Offices
- Outpatient Care Centers
- Nursing Homes
How to Get Ahead
One of the best things about being a nurse? You’ll never stop learning. You’ll have opportunities to grow from the day you start your career.
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