Cambridge’s Miami (Miami Gardens) Campus is now offering an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program, which is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing, Commission on Independent Education (CIE) and Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools (ABHES). The program has two tracks of learning: Traditional-22 months (students who have limited medical knowledge) and Bridge-18 months (students who are licensed as an LPN, Paramedic or Respiratory Therapist). The ASN program will prepare students for a career as a Registered Nurse.
“We are so excited to see the addition of an ASN program at the Miami (Miami Gardens), Florida campus,” said the Dean of Nursing, Dr. Pat Edwards, MN, EdD, RN. “With the increasing nursing shortage, this program allows us to support nursing as a whole while meeting the local demand for more well-trained and educated registered nurses in a shorter timeframe.”
The ASN program may be completed in 22 months for the Traditional and 18 months for the Bridge track. It focuses on providing students with the critical thinking and clinical judgment skills that provide safe and effective patient care. High fidelity simulation scenarios are used throughout the program to reinforce the knowledge and skills that are needed in the patient care environment.
Cambridge’s ASN program prepares graduates to pass the NCLEX-RN examination, so licensure as a Registered Nurse may occur through a board of nursing.
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