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Nov 25 2014

NYIT Architecture Students Design and Build Beach Project

Nov 18 2014

NYIT Celebrates International Education Week

Nov 10 2014

Men’s Soccer Wins ECC Championship with 1-0 Victory over LIU Post

Nov 07 2014

Dr. Jerry Balentine New Vice President for Medical Affairs and Global Health

Nov 07 2014

NYIT Management Students Advance to Fed Challenge Semi-Finals

Dec 01 2014

Job Search Strategies

Dec 01 2014

Head in the Cloud? Protecting Your Privacy in a Mobile World

Dec 01 2014

Give ‘Em the Business: Resources for Management Students

Dec 02 2014

“Year of Turkey 2014” - Conference: Sustainability in the Hospitality Industry-A Global Perspective

Dec 02 2014

School of Engineering & Computing Sciences Graduate Info Session

FAQs: Department of Nursing

What degree in nursing is offered?
Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

How long does it take to complete the program?
If you are starting the program with no college credits, it should take four years, depending upon your academic progression. If you have attended another undergraduate institution, your credits can be evaluated for possible transfer credit. Contact us for a specific evaluation. No credits can be transferred from nursing courses at other institutions.

Does your program offer night or weekend classes?
Although some of the prerequisite classes are offered in the evening, nursing classes and clinicals are only offered on weekdays during the day. The senior year preceptored practicum is an exception, and may follow a different schedule.

How large is your class size?
The clinical phase at hospitals is 10 students to one instructor. Class size for courses held in classrooms is approximately 20 to 30 students. Class size in clinical sections varies according to individual agency requirements, but is generally no more than 10 students.

Is the program accredited?
The Program is registered by the New York State Education Department, Division of Professional Education and is accredited by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Where are the clinical sites?
We utilize several clinical sites and continue to expand our partnerships and clinical affiliations including:

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