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The School of Nursing prides itself on preparing clinically competent nurses who are prepared to successfully complete the RN National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Nursing students are expected to take their education seriously and to actively participate in class meetings, clinical and laboratory assignments, discussion groups, and tutoring sessions. Self-learning is not only highly encouraged, but is an expectation of the nursing program here at Endicott College. The graduate of the baccalaureate program is prepared as a generalist to provide care to individuals, families and community groups, arriving at clinical judgments to promote and maintain health.

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Nursing Baccalaureate

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The faculty is concerned with assisting the student toward growth and advancement in the dynamic and rapidly changing field of health care. The baccalaureate program provides theoretical components based on the physical, behavioral and biological sciences accompanied by practical clinical application.

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Nursing (RN to BSN)

Endicott Nursing student and faculty member talk

The Bachelor of Science with a major in nursing is a degree completion program for Registered Nurses. Graduates receive a solid base in a liberal education which prepares them for practice as a professional nurse in a complex and ever-changing health care environment.

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Fifth Year Master of Science Degree Program in Nursing

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The 5th year program in nursing allows students graduating from Endicott College’s baccalaureate program in nursing to move into the Master’s degree program in nursing education or nursing administration. Upon application and meeting eligibility criteria, students take two graduate level courses in the senior year.

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