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Lodi, New Jersey 07644
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Family Practice Nurse/Nurse Practitioner - Master's degree
RN to BSN Programs
RN to BSN Program Details
The Fast Track RN/BSN program provides a course of study specifically designed for the working RN. Based on the principles of adult learning theory, and an emphasis on expanding existing professional knowledge, the program prepares RN's for leadership roles in patient care and management. A course in Business in which you will develop a business plan, and a computer course in HIPPA Security are but a few of the new and exciting courses in this curriculum. The program is 120 credits, 60 of nursing and 60 of liberal arts, which includes 3 credits of graduate nursing courses. A Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing is awarded upon successful completion of the program. This cohort-based program is offered on campus and in various off-campus locations throughout the state.
BSN Program Details
The Division of Nursing & Health Management offers a program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing. The Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Upon successful completion of the program the graduate is eligible to take the NCLEX examination for licensure. Graduates who pass this examination will qualify for the title of Registered Nurse (RN).
The faculty believes that education for professional nursing practice is built upon a traditional core of knowledge and skills. The faculty views Nursing Education as a process of facilitating the development of competencies in nursing practice as well as fostering values of personal and professional integrity, caring, and service to society.
Felician College is committed to the education of students with diverse backgrounds. Thus, the program incorporates a variety of teaching styles and learning experiences to facilitate students' achievement of their academic and professional goals.
-Creating a caring environment
-Instilling professional and leadership behaviors
-Developing student's ability to use diagnostic reasoning and evidenced based practice
-Developing students; critical thinking skills
-Developing student's ability to critique and utilize nursing research in their practice
-Fostering culturally congruent health care
-Responding to the learning needs of a diverse population of students, and
-Instilling in students a desire for life-long learning
MSN Program Details
The Master of Science in Nursing Program is a technology enabled, learner-centered curriculum, which prepares the BSN, RN as an advanced practice nurse in primary care settings. The program emphasizes nursing care of families or adults with a specific focus on vulnerable and underserved populations. Students are required to complete two on-campus residency sessions. Residency 1 will occur early in the clinical sequence to evaluate clinical competencies. Residency 2 will occur at the end of the program and include presentation of a Scholarly Project.
A Master of Science in Nursing degree is awarded after successful completion of the program. Graduates are eligible to take the advanced practice national certification examination in family or adult health.