Philadelphia, PA 19128
Location: Mid East DE DC MD NJ NY PA
Mission StatementNursing is a caring relationship with people of all ages throughout the willness-illness continuum. The practice of nursing provides total care to the individual, the family and community through independent actions and collabortive efforts with other health care providers. Nursing activity and decision making are generated by the systematic use of the nursing process consisting of assessment, dignosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. Integral to the nursing process is the impact of biophychosocial forces and health promotion technology all persons throughout the human life cycle. Education is a continous activity, which is directed at producing desirable changes in both students and faculty. It is a cooperative, dynamic process involving mutual teaching and learning which promotes the continuing development of the individual's capacities for progressive adjustments to life situations. Effective learning occurs in selected environments that satisfy the needs for recognition,acceptance and self-realization.. Integral aspects of learning include goal-oriented behavior, active participation, reinforcement and evaluation. Learners are afforded the opportunity to question and analyze k nowledge and value systems through experience in diverse situations. The graduate of this program is prepared to function as a beginning professional nurse in acute, intermediate, long term, ambulatory and home care settings in accordance with the Pennsylvania Professional Nursing Law.
11145 per year
Length of Study: Private for-profit, 2-year
Religious Affiliation: Not Applicable
Test Scores & GPAAverage GPA: No
School ProfileTotal Enrollment: 143
School AccreditationNational: Yes
Male / Female Enrollment
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