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Does Keiser University in Florida offer the associates degree in nursing more than once a year? And is it just at the Orlando campus? And how many times a year do they offer it? More than once? And how many or about how many applicants are accepted per term?

I know, I know - lots of questions!

Thanks in advance :yeah:

9livesRN, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine. Has 2 years experience.

Does Keiser University in Florida offer the associates degree in nursing more than once a year?

*** they offer it twice a year in may and september

And is it just at the Orlando campus?

***no the fort lauderdale, sarasota, and melbourne campuses also offer the course

And how many or about how many applicants are accepted per term?

***24

I know, I know - lots of questions!

not a problem

Does Keiser University in Florida offer the associates degree in nursing more than once a year? And is it just at the Orlando campus? And how many times a year do they offer it? More than once? And how many or about how many applicants are accepted per term?

I know, I know - lots of questions!

Thanks in advance :yeah:

Actually, I attend Keiser Melbourne and our nursing program has 3 cycles per year, one every 4 months, and each class has 24 students. Melbourne is the only one that has full credentialed status, the other Keiser's have conditional because they have not had enough students graduate from that particular school. We are SACs, FBON, and NLN accredited. Keiser is actually the first for profit, private university, that the NLN accredited.

I am already in the program so if you have any further questions I would be more than happy to answer them.

This is a breakdown of the nursing program.

HERE

HERE

Forgot to add this, this is the page for the accreditation of the nursing programs, look towards the bottom and you will see the nursing accreditation.

I misspoke and said the other schools are "conditional" when they are Provisional.

9livesRN, BSN, RN

Specializes in SNU/SNF/MedSurg, SPCU Ortho/Neuro/Spine. Has 2 years experience.

also because the orlando program is just starting

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