Monroe College's Nursing curriculum provides students with a deep understanding of the physical, biological and behavioral sciences as well as a broad liberal arts education. The goal is to develop nurses that understand basic human needs, the nursing process, systems theory, as well as the importance of taking personal and professional responsibility for their actions and decisions. There’s an ongoing focus on major shifts in healthcare delivery including consumer empowerment, the ageing population, cultural diversity and new technologies.
Classes are held in a state-of-the-art facility that includes at Human Patient Simulation Center and science/pharmacy laboratories. Admission to the nursing program is highly competitive and classes are only offered during the day, requiring students to be available from Monday to Friday.
The deadlines for admission are as follows:
|Fall (September - December)
||July 31st, 2014*
|Winter (January - April)
||October 15th, 2014
*We have limited space available for the LPN and RN programs for the fall 2014 semester, so if you have not submitted all of your documents as of yet, please provide them as soon as possible so that we may still be able to consider your application for the fall 2014 semester.