Chancellor Institute is a post-secondary school that offers diploma programs in the nursing and allied health field. By utilizing the internet, students have the flexibility to earn a diploma which allows them to enter the workforce or change careers from the convenience of their own home.

Our online classrooms enable students to attend classes and communicate with instructors and classmates distance education. Clinical rotations for the Practical Nursing curriculum consist of theory, lab, and clinical. The Practical Nursing program consist of theory, hands on and clinical rotation.

Chancellor Institute classes are internet based and designed by qualified faculty. Students interact with their instructor and each other utilizing Learning Management Software (LMS) technology. We are prepared to support you every step of the way.

Please be advised that you may be asked to furnish a background check prior to enrollment/clinical. If you have ever been convicted of, pled nolo contendere (no contest) to, or had adjudication of guilt withheld for any violation of any state or federal law in any jurisdiction, this may adversely impact your ability to obtain a certification/license or gain employment in the field for which you are trained.

Practical Nursing – 15 months/64 weeks (Distance Learning/Blended)

1350 hrs

Tuition Cost – Registration fee $125, Tuition $13,000, Textbooks& Materials $1100-Optional,  Other cost $550- Total Cost $14,775

Program Description-Graduates of the Practical/Vocational nursing program are prepared as entry-level practitioners to provide nursing care for individuals with common health concerns. Additionally, the program is designed with structured settings under the direct supervision of some professional nurse or other legally credentialed personnel. Emphasis is placed on meeting the healthcare needs of adults as well as those who require assistance to maintain or restore optimum health. Finally, the practical nurse will be trained to provide or support the patient with physician ordered directives and/or palliative care, enabling them to maintain the highest dignity when faced with terminal illnesses.

Courses – Anatomy & Physiology, Pharmacology for Nurses, Human Growth and Development, Nutrition, Basic Nursing Skills and Quality, Fundamentals of Nursing, Gerontological Nursing, Mental Health Health, Medical Surgical I&II, Pediatrics, Maternity & Newborn, Informatics, Leadership, Capstone.


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