Nursing Program

  1. CNA – CNA stands for Certified Nurse Assistant and is an entry-level nursing program. Graduates of this program often continue on to higher level nursing certifications such as LVN (Licensed Vocational Nurse) or RN (Registered Nurse). LVNs and RNs may work anywhere in the United States.
  2. HR – EHR stands for Electronic Health Records. This is a new field with a very high demand for employees in hospitals, doctors’ and dentists’ offices, medical and healthcare facilities and any other setting that handles medical and health records for all patients. The program will teach students with little or no background in healthcare the basics of how to transcribe and enter patient data from physicians’ notes. Included are modules in Human Anatomy and Physiology, Intro to Pharmacology and Medical Terminology.
  3. Degree-Granting program – This program is intended for students interested in obtaining an Associate of Arts degree. This program covers general education (such as English Language and Literature, Math, Psychology, etc.) and prepares students for specialization and more advanced degrees in a variety of fields.   Graduates of this program may obtain a Bachelor degree in as little as 1 year in their chosen field.