I am not currently attending Keiser University since I have to take and pass the TEAS exam. But I did get information about the program.
1. Take the Entrance Evaluation, which they call the Wonderlic Test. It is similar to an IQ test. If you have your scores from the SAT or ACT, with a minimum of 800 on the SAT and 17 on the ACT then you can skip the entrance evaluation.
2. Take the TEAS (Test of Essential Acadamic Skills) which is comprised of Reading, Math, English and Science. Get a minimum passing score of:
3. Interview with the Nursing Program
4. Then they send your file to the committee and then if they accept you they will call you within 2-3 weeks.
If you do not have your sciences done;(i.e Anatomy & Physiology I & II and a humanities course) then you can take them at Keiser before starting the nursing program.
The tuition is per semester (every 4 months) not per credit. When I went in January to get the info the tuition was almost 7,000 per semester.
The schedule remains the same every semester. Mon-Fri from 8:30am-1:30pm.
The program is 18 months. I also have my AS from Miami-Dade so I did not have to take the general elective courses. If you dont have your general electives then you can take them there, but I strongly advise that you get them done at a community college if you have one around.
I hoped that this helped. If you have any further questions, please feel free to ask.
P.S- I dont know where you live so keep in mind that the requirements and the tuition might be different.