Start preparing to become a Registered Nurse today. With an associates degree in nursing, you can enter the medical field as a nurse. SABER College’s Professional Nursing Program (PNP) is an intensive, full-time program that will get you ready to work as an RN.
The PNP is also fully accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and licensed by the Commission for Independent Education (CIE). You will earn an Associate of Science degree in Nursing upon successful completion and graduation from PNP.
Studying for a nursing career
Once you enroll in the Professional Nursing Program, plan to learn and study for a career as an RN. Courses cover foundational professional skills like English composition, mathematics, and sciences. You will also take core courses in nursing that include theory, labs, and clinical rotation experience.
Your studies at SABER College prepare you to become a Registered Nurse. By the time you finish the program, you should have knowledge and experience in medical, surgical, obstetric, pediatric, geriatric and psychiatric nursing.
Graduating from PNP means you are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). This exam is required to become a licensed nurse.
Take the first step
Preparing for a career as a Registered Nurse starts with that first step! You can take the first step toward preparing to become a Registered Nurse by applying for the Professional Nursing Program at SABER College.
You will need to submit your high school transcripts or proof of GED, as well as Kaplan test scores and a letter of recommendation. You also need to undergo a background check and complete interviews with the Program Team. The full process for admissions is found here.
Then once you are admitted into the program, you can register for classes! Be prepared to take the time to attend classes, complete homework, and study. Registered Nurses must be knowledgeable on the job to be effective nurses. The PNP at SABER College was designed with your success in mind.
Are you ready to apply to the Professional Nursing Program? Contact us to learn more and begin the application process today!