Nurse Education Degrees and Certificates

Registered Nursing Program: Day/Evening/Weekend/Hybrid Option

The Associate in Science in the Registered Nursing program is “accredited with warning” by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc.

The Associate in Science in the Registered Nursing degree program is "approved with warning" by the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing. The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing approves pre-licensure programs in Nursing. Learn more about this status.

This program includes 35 credits of nursing theory and clinical practice in health care facilities. NUR111, Nursing I, requires clinical practice six (6) hours per week. NUR112, NUR211 and NUR212, Nursing II, III and IV, each require clinical practice twelve (12) hours per week.

Students must earn a grade of 78 or higher in all NUR courses with the exception of NUR100, in which students must earn a grade of 80 or higher. Students who fail to meet either the clinical objective or the grade requirement of an NUR course fail that course.

To ensure currency, credits for BIO203, 204 and 205 earned more than five years prior to enrollment in the nursing clinical sequence are not accepted. Note that there are many requirements that must be met for acceptance to the nursing programs. These requirements are spelled out in detail in the Associate in Science Degree: Nursing Program description

Associate in Science