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The Chicago School of Professional Psychology

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College of Nursing and Advanced Health Professions at The Chicago School

Discover on-campus nursing programs that reflect the future of health care.

  • Vocational Nursing, Associate Degree in Nursing, LVN – RN Transition programs available.
  • Benefit from an immersive and interprofessional approach to nursing taught by distinguished faculty.
  • Prepare to work in an integrated health care environment and improve patient outcomes.
  • Explore hands-on training and networking opportunities as you prepare to begin or advance your career.
  • Classes start soon – apply and enroll today!

Available Programs

  • Associate Degree in Nursing - LVN to RN
    Nursing

    If you already have your vocational nursing license, the College of Nursing and Advanced Health Professions LVN-RN Transition program can take into account your past education toward an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN). Upon graduation, you will be academically prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensing exam, a requirement to become a licensed registered nurse (RN).

    Prepare to help meet this demand through a program that provides hands-on, rigorous training and individual guidance from accomplished faculty. Relying on three components of nursing care—biology, psychology, and sociology—you will be empowered to advance your career by learning the following:

    • Proper patient care
    • Medical terminology
    • Medication administration
    • Body systems
    • Body growth and development
    • Patient care assessment
    • Nursing procedures

    Whether it's through bringing health care awareness and services to underserved areas or helping future nurses attain their goals, our nursing graduates are positioned to continue making a difference in their communities long after they have left the classroom.

  • Associates Degree in Nursing - RN
    Nursing

    Graduates of the College of Nursing and Advanced Health Professions Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program will be academically prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensing exam, a requirement to become a licensed registered nurse (RN).


    Prepare to help meet this demand through a program that provides hands-on, rigorous training and individual guidance from accomplished faculty. Relying on three components of nursing care—biology, psychology, and sociology—you will be empowered to advance your career by learning the following comprehensive nursing skills:

    • Proper patient care
    • Medical terminology
    • Medication administration
    • Body systems
    • Body growth and development
    • Patient care assessment
    • Nursing procedures

    Whether it's through bringing health care awareness and services to underserved areas or helping future nurses attain their goals, our nursing graduates are positioned to continue making a difference in their communities long after they have left the classroom.

  • Vocational Nursing Program
    Nursing

    You will be empowered by learning the following comprehensive nursing skills:

    • Implementing nursing procedure in a variety of settings
    • Predicting, planning, and implementing comprehensive care plans
    • Maintaining accountability and professionalism within the legal and ethical standards of the nursing program
    • Discussing therapy with clients, their significant others, and the multidisciplinary health care team

    Whether it's through bringing health care awareness and services to underserved areas or helping future nurses attain their goals, our nursing graduates are positioned to continue making a difference in their communities long after they have left the classroom.

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