Ancilla College nursing students can complete their degrees in less time, thanks to the recently revamped curriculum. Director of Nursing and Health Sciences Ann Fitzgerald says the required number of credit hours has decreased from 72 to 63. By cutting a semester from the curriculum, Fitzgerald says students will be able to finish sooner and save both time and money.
The nursing program also offers flexible scheduling. All of the nursing classes are now offered every semester, which makes it easier for students to stay on track. Prerequisites must still be taken first, but students don’t have to wait for a class to be offered again in order to move on.
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