REGISTERED NURSE PROGRAM
ASSOCIATE OF SCIENCE IN NURSING (ASN)
Registered nurses (RNs) work to promote good health and prevent illness. They educate patients and the public about various medical conditions, treat patients and help in their rehabilitation, and provide advice and emotional support to patients’ families. RNs use considerable judgment in providing a wide variety of services.
Upon completion of the Associate of Science in Registered Nursing, students will be prepared to sit for the national licensure examination for registered nursing and to begin a successful career as a registered nurse.
Great Falls College Program and Curriculum:
The Registered Nurse program is a limited enrollment program with an intake of 30 students once a year. Interested students must apply for entry into the program. An application packet with the criteria for admission is available on the program website.