Finger Lakes Health

      

General Information

General Information

Finger Lakes Health College of Nursing offers a full-time college experience that is flexible and conducive to adult learners. This hospital-based Associate Degree program is open to all applicants interested in pursuing a career as a registered nurse and it is the first College of Nursing in the area to offer classes focused on adult learners who can benefit from an evening and weekend class schedule. 

The College of Nursing will educate and develop nurses utilizing principles of relationship based care delivery and healing environment, which emphasizes the necessity of the nurse to "create healthy relationships with the people you care for and work with". Students will learn to practice nursing with commitment, competence, clarity, confidence and collaboration.

  • An Associate's Degree in applied science with a major in nursing at the end of your two-year program
  • Hands-on experience, including 675 hours of clinical practice under the direct supervision of Master prepared nursing faculty.
  • State of the art nursing lab. Our nursing lab is a state of the art and includes virtual experiences that allows students to develop excellent clinical skills.
  • Affiliation with Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC).  All liberal arts and science courses are taught by FLCC faculty.
  • Personalized, professional instruction, including small group instruction and tutorial assistance.
  • Advanced Placement for LPNs who have at least 3 months of recent medical/surgical experience.
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