We Proudly Present Practical Nursing Graduate Asia Taylor
“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way”. This quote by Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. was an inspiration to our Practical Nursing Student Asia Taylor. Asia worked hard to attend college and provide for her children at the same time. She faced many trials - eviction, car trouble, even a relationship falling apart - but through it all, she worked hard and graduated.
Ms. Taylor had excellent reviews for all of our nursing faculty here at Stautzenberger. Come check out what makes such an excellent faculty.
What you Learn in Practical Nursing
Our program provides you with a wide variety of classes on medical topics you need to be an excellent beginning nurse. You spend time studying several classes of Pharmacology, several classes of Medical Surgical Nursing, and Professional Issues in Nursing. In these classes, you learn:
- Basic medicine administration techniques, how the medicine is used by the body, and the effects of the medicine on the body
- In-depth information about the body systems and inter-workings of those systems
- The role of a practical nurse in our ever-expanding health care field including ethical concerns
How Our Graduate Became a Practical Nurse
If the healthcare field has always interested you but you do not want to spend ten years in medical school, you should look into practical nursing. Our program prepares you for an entry-level career in the medical field with knowledge to help you in a physician office or hospital.
Stautzenberger’s Practical Nursing Graduate Program at a Glance
Program Length: 14 months
Learning Environment: blended - online/on-campus/externship
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Job Outlook: 9% growth with an estimated new job openings of over 63,000 positions each year1
Find out more about our Practical Nursing program today. Call 888.859.8225 or submit the Request Information form on our website. We are ready to assist you with completing the enrollment process, navigating your financial aid options, finding a tutor, practicing your interviewing skills, connecting with local employers, and more. Have the courage to accomplish your academic and professional goals!
1 Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses,at https://www.bls.gov/ooh/healthcare/licensed-practical-and-licensed-vocational-nurses.htm (visited January 27, 2022).
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