Federal Disclosure - Associate Degree Nursing

Tuition Cost/ Fees

Associate Science Nursing Degree (104 Quarter Credit Hours)

Program Tuition

Application Fee

$150.00

Tuition

$26,000.00

Testing Platform (i.e. ATI, Hesse, Kaplan)

$800.00

Entrance Exam

$75.00

Uniform, Stethoscope and ID

$200.00

Graduation Fee

$200.00

Library Fee

$100.00

Lab Fee

$200.00

Total

$27,525.00

 

Associate Science Nursing Degree (104 Quarter Credit Hours)

Additional Expenses

Books & Supplies

Varies

CPR

$60.00

Insurance

$50.00

FDLE Background Check

$85.25

Immunization Cost per Titer

$75.00

NCLEX-PN Examination & Paperwork

$500.00

Total

$770.25

Premiere International College offers the Associate in Science Degree in Nursing in two option modalities:

Option 1: No prior Experience – Prospective students have the opportunity to obtain a degree with no prior experience by completing Coursework that is offered in the traditional classroom setting. 

 

Option 2: Prior Experience - Students from a U.S. Department of Education recognized licensed institution, regionally, or nationally accredited program.  The prospective student must hold an active Florida Practical Nurse Licensure (LPN).  The prospective student has the opportunity to be placed after successfully obtaining the following documentation: must pass a skilled lab competency examination, submission of an official transcript showing graduation from a state approved practical nursing   program.  A minimum score of 65 out of 200 on the NLN (National League of Nursing) examination or equivalency examination. Licensed Practical Nurses have opportunity to receive credit(s) for the following courses:

NU1320                          Clinical Nursing Concepts and Techniques I

NU1421                          Clinical Nursing Concepts and Techniques II

AP2530                          Human Anatomy and Physiology I

AP2630                          Human Anatomy and Physiology II

MT1110                             Medical Terminology

Course work is offered in the traditional classroom setting.

 The decision of the Program Director or Administrator is final of all transferred credits. No official evaluation of transfer of credit is made until the Institution has accepted the student, and an official transcript from the institution awarding the credits is reviewed and approved by the Program Director or Administrator.

Disclosure - Licensing is Require for Employment.

 

General Admission requirements and procedures for Advance Placement Students

 Applicants must:

  1. Hold current Basic Life Support (BLS) from the American Heart Association and submit a copy of
  2. Be an American Citizen or Permanent Resident.
  3. Must be a 18 years of age.
  4. Have a physical examination, verifying acceptable health status, and negative PPD result or chest x-ray. (Disclosure: physical examination has to be completed within 12 months prior to entrance into the 1st clinical rotation)
  5. Have appropriate boosters must be completed. Proof of immunity must be submitted from official documentation only. Official medical records from your physician, the health department, or public school are acceptable. If official documentation is not available, the blood titers are necessary to determine immunity for Hepatitis B, Varicella (Chickenpox), Mumps, Rubella, and Rubella (Measles). Vaccinations may be necessary if immunity cannot be confirmed with the blood titer. The vaccine for Hepatitis B is highly recommended. If you choose not to have the vaccine, you will be required to sign a waiver (Disclosure: examination has to be completed within 12 months prior to entrance into 1st clinical rotation.)
  6. Have a minimum score of 65 on the NLN (National League of Nursing).
  7. Have a negative 10-panel drug screen prior to
  8. Provide a copy of his/her health insurance card: students must be covered by student liability insurance following acceptance and throughout the
  9. Be able to satisfy with or without reasonable accommodations, the physical, mental, and sensory requirements to perform the essential duties and responsibilities typically associated with the duties of an registered nurse, including, without limitation, possessing a full range of body motion, handling and lifting patients, manual and finger dexterity, eye-hand coordination, and walking and standing for extensive periods of time, as determined by the school in its discretion. PIC reserves the right to test any student in order to assess their success in a classroom as well as the chosen future workplace of the
  10. Interview with the Program Director and Nursing Panel Interview Committee and receive approval for admission into the
  11. Provide two professional letters of
  12. Submit a one to two page essay describing your motivation for pursuing a career as a professional nurse to the Nursing Panel Interview

 

The following is a complete breakdown of tuition costs by each program.    There are estimated cost that varies with books and supplies dependent upon the course.

 

Associate Science Nursing Degree (104 Quarter Credit Hours)

 

Tuition Cost/ Fees

 

Associate Science Nursing Degree (104 Quarter Credit Hours)

Program Tuition

Application Fee

$150.00

Tuition

$20,875.00

Testing Platform (i.e. ATI, Hesse, Kaplan)

$800.00

Entrance Exam

$75.00

Uniform, Stethoscope and ID

$200.00

Graduation Fee

$200.00

Library Fee

$100.00

Lab Fee

$200.00

Total

$22,600.00

 

Associate Science Nursing Degree (104 Quarter Credit Hours)

Additional Expenses

Books & Supplies

Varies

CPR

$60.00

Insurance

$50.00

FDLE Background Check

$85.25

Immunization Cost per Titer

$75.00

NCLEX-PN Examination & Paperwork

$500.00

Total

$770.25

 

 

 

Note: Student must successfully complete each and every course with a “B” (80%) or above. Students must pass a Final RN Comprehensive Predictor (Exit Exam) at or above benchmark set by school and complete an approved School Program Course Review in order to be eligible for graduation. Upon successful completion of the program and meeting all educational and instructional requirements, verification that all tuition and fees have been paid, the student is eligible to have his/her name submitted to the Florida Board of Nursing to be considered as a candidate for the National Council Licensure examination for the Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN).

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