PALM BAY PROGRAM
Tuesday, June 4, 6-8 PM
Palm Bay campus, Auditorium Bldg 1-107G
Wednesday, July 17, 2-4 PM Melbourne campus, Lecture Auditorium Bldg 4
*No appointment is necessary to participate in the Group Orientations. You must attend the Orientation that is being held for the Campus you are applying to. Attendees will be given a "Group Orientation" coupon upon completion of the presentation. This coupon must be submitted with your application packet. Failure to do so will result in the loss of five points.
To be announced at a later date
The goal of the Nursing Institute is to provide students with an education that will prepare them to be lifelong learners, responsible community members, and productive health care providers in a rapidly changing world. The Associate Degree Nursing program, established in 1970, is designed to produce a well-rounded nurse who is able to think critically, make appropriate decisions, communicate effectively, and function as a member of a health team in providing holistic care to culturally diverse clients.
The two-year program includes training in behavioral sciences, computation, and humanities, as well as providing the necessary knowledge, skills, and competencies required of the nursing profession. Technological innovations such as the Human Patient Simulator, and interactive labs are incorporated within the program. Clinical experiences that emphasize the development of critical thinking skills, and involvement in community are other key aspects of the program.
Before applying to the Institute of Nursing, you must complete the general application process to BCC. We no longer accept paper applications. To apply to our programs, complete the online application and click the "submit" button, prior to the application deadline. After submitting the application, visit your local BCC cashier's office to pay your $25 application fee by the program application deadline date. No application will be processed unless payment has been made.