This program is designed for adults who are seeking a change in career and have already earned a bachelor's degree. This accelerated program allows students to focus on the core nursing classes. Students should be prepared to complete the program in three consecutive semesters.
Who Should Apply?
Adults who are seeking a change in career and have already earned a bachelor’s degree. Applicants will need to demonstrate the following:
TEAS exam score at the proficient level with a 70 or higher
Proof that you have completed prerequisite courses with a letter grade of "C+" or better in Algebra, Biology/Living Environment, and Chemistry
Bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher preferred
We know that you have many questions concerning admissions requirements, pre-requisites, taking the TEAS, transfer credits, and the steps involved in applying. Our Information Sessions are designed to give you a chance to have all of them answered and learn a bit more about a typical day in the life of a Monroe Nursing student.
Information sessions are virtually. Please call 646-393-8620 to schedule an appointment.
It is expected that students will bring considerable academic experience to the program, but we will thoroughly review your transcript and guide you through the process. Following are pre-requisites for entry:
Anatomy & Physiology I and II
English I and II
Introduction to Psychology
Psychology across the Lifespan (or other Psychology elective)
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to Health Care Policy
Introduction to Health Informatics, Race/Ethnicity, and Health
This blended/hybrid course is designed to focus upon the foundation and evolution of professional nursing theories that guide nursing practice and scholarship in today's health care. Students explore the context of theory development and the overall significance of various nursing theories, with an emphasis on the analysis and evaluation of their use in day-to-day practice.