Apply to the Program

Effective Oct. 1, 2016, all nursing students applying to the Nursing program are required to submit a positive titer, with their application, for the following immunizations: *MMR, Varicella and Hep B surface antibody. Also required: Negative TB test, tDAP, Meningitis and Flu Shot.

​Thank you for your interest in the Brookhaven College Nursing Program. We are excited about your candidacy! 

Admission is based on a complete packet being submitted, including signed course substitutions if necessary.

Please read the entire site carefully. It contains all the requirements, deadlines and expenses for the program. This information has recently been updated and the application process has changed.


Expectations of Graduates

The graduates of the Associate Degree Nursing Program will be prepared to:

  • pass the National Council of Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses, NCLEX-RN. (provider of care, member of the profession)
  • utilize critical thinking to provide competent nursing care across the life span utilizing problem solving methods. (provider of care)
  • demonstrate caring behaviors and a holistic nursing approach. (provider of care)
  • communicate therapeutically with clients, families, peers, and other professionals. (provider of care)
  • integrate the teaching-learning process to restore health and/or to provide end of life care for individuals and their families. (provider of care)
  • communicate and collaborate effectively to resolve conflict in the health care environment. (coordinator of care)
  • delegate appropriate nursing care to other health care workers. (coordinator of care)
  • manage material and human resources in a cost effective manner when caring for individuals and their families. (coordinator of care)
  • practice within the ethical and legal framework of professional nursing. (member of the profession, provider of care)
  • maintain accountability/responsibility for professional nursing values, behaviors and growth. (member of the profession, provider of care)
  • integrate the body of nursing knowledge to provide safe care. (provider of care, coordinator of care, and member of the profession)
  • continue nursing education at a four year institution. (member of the profession)​
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