Nursing Programs

Prepare for your RN license by earning your Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Nursing from Seminole State. Our program has one of the best NCLEX-RN licensure pass rates in the nation. Ninety-eight percent (98.8%) of our graduates pass on their first attempt, compared with a 72.68 percent statewide average and an 84.56 percent nationwide average. In addition, our graduates have a 97 percent job-placement rate.

For the busy working professional, we also offer a part-time, evening/weekend option for earning your associate degree in nursing. Our full-time and part-time programs seamlessly transfer into our RN-to-BSN program.

Program Options

A.S., Nursing

Prepare for your RN license by earning your Associate in Science (A.S.) degree in Nursing from Seminole State. Our program has one of the best NCLEX-RN licensure pass rates in the nation. Over ninety-eight percent (98.8%) of our graduates pass on their first attempt, compared with a 72.68 percent statewide average and a 84.56 percent nationwide average. In addition, our graduates have a 97 percent job-placement rate.

Accreditation

Seminole State's A.S., Nursing degree is fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and fully approved by the Florida Board of Nursing. Our RN-to-BSN program is a candidate for accreditation by the ACEN.

RN-to-BSN

The RN-to-BSN program is delivered online with a 60-hour clinical component in the capstone course. This flexibility enables students to continue working as nurses while pursuing their BSN degree. Our program can be completed in as little as one year.

Web-Enhanced Courses

All of the nursing courses are web-enhanced and use the internet as a means of communication. Students are required to view videos, submit assignments and review important notices using the online portal.

Visit the nursing frequently asked questions webpage for additional information for all of Seminole State's nursing programs.

Nursing News

RN-BSN Graduates
Among the graduates this spring were the inaugural graduates of the RN-to-BSN (nursing) Bachelor of Science program.
Melissa Cunningham at the Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship event in 2015
Melissa Cunningham decided to go back to school in 2012 following a series of hardships. She selected Seminole State College of Florida to pursue her degree, and she was one of four students from Seminole State College to earn a Jack Kent Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship in 2015.
Since its inception in 2006, Otronicon has successfully sparked interest throughout the Central Florida community in science, technology, engineering, art, math, digital media, simulation, robotics, virtual reality, and more. Photo: Roberto Gonzalez Photography
The Otronicon Interactive Technology Expo at the Orlando Science Center continues to spark interest throughout Central Florida in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers. At this year's event, Seminole State faculty will be presenting Tech Talks.
The College will enroll its first BSN class in the spring of 2018.
More highly trained, qualified nurses will soon join the Central Florida workforce as Seminole State College has received approval from the State Board of Education to enroll its first Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) class in the spring of 2018.

Contact

Nursing Program
Nursing Department
407.404.6196 | Fax: 407.404.6207
Altamonte Springs-ALT-301A