The Associate in Applied Science degree program in Nursing is a two-year Nursing curriculum offered to men and women of all ages including recent high school graduates, mature adults, and licensed practical nurses. Graduates are prepared to accept beginning level staff nursing positions in a variety of health facilities, such as hospitals, nursing homes, and extended care facilities. The emphasis of the curriculum is on direct patient care in the preparation of students for the three interrelated roles which are defined for the graduates of the Associate Degree program as provider of care, manager of care, and member within the discipline of nursing. Through the study of the Humanities, Natural and Social Sciences, and Nursing, students will gain an understanding of the value of individuals and their contributions to society.
The Nursing curriculum is accredited and registered with the New York State Education Department, Bureau of Professional Licensing.
All students who wish to apply for admission to the Sullivan County Community College Nursing program must attend one of the pre-admission nursing program orientations. The presentation is an overview of the Associate Degree nursing program at SUNY Sullivan, and highlights important policies and procedures outlined in the Nursing Student Handbook. These presentations will be offered once monthly and dates and times can be accessed on this webpage. You must sign up for the orientation by calling the nursing department at 845.434.5750 ext. 4341.
Choose from one of the following sessions:
March 11th at 9:00 am, room A118
April 16th at 10:00 am, room A118
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