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 Long Island College Hospital School Of Nursing Brooklyn, New York

340 Court Street
Brooklyn, New York
11231
718-780-1953
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Long Island College Hospital School Of Nursing Mission Statement:
Long Island College Hospital School of Nursing is a single-purpose institution of higher education committed to the education of associate degree registered nurses. The mission of LICHSON is consistent with the standards of quality and caring of our profession and our parent institution. Our educational program prepares graduates to incorporate the knowledge and the competencies necessary to problem solve, think creatively, and promote interdisciplinary collaboration with health care providers in caring for patients and families. The overall aim of LICHSON is to prepare graduates who will be guided by the highest ethical and moral standards in order to provide quality, competent, and compassionate care to diverse patients of all ages and stages of development in the life cycle. Graduate nurses will be flexible, practice ethically, and maintain the legal standards of the profession. We believe that the purpose of education is to prepare one to become a better person and citizen by becoming responsible for one's personal growth and professional development, and thereby improving the community for other members of society. The program provides a balanced curriculum in general and nursing education to prepare graduates to provide quality healthcare in a caring environment. The School achieves this mission by providing an environment that is conducive to the acquisition of knowledge and skills and by promoting development of intellectual resources to serve as a foundation for continued learning and personal growth. The curriculum combines the resources of a hospital-based program with those of a senior college, which provides the general education and biological science courses. The School of Nursing is committed to serving the needs of a diverse multicultural inner-city student population of men and women of all age groups with a variety of family and employment responsibilities.
Degree Stats For Long Island College Hospital School Of Nursing

 Type of Institution

Term Type: Semester

Comparison Group Category:
Not-for-profit, 2 yr, degree-granting, size 1

Geographical Region:
Mid East DE DC MD NJ NY PA

Chief Administrator:
Dean Janet Mackin

Title IV Eligibility:
Participates in Title IV federal financial aid programs

Sector: Private not-for-profit, 2-year

Degree of Urbanization(Locale): City: Large

Open to Public? Institution is open to the public

 Carnegie Information

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Basic:
Associate's--Private Not-for-profit

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Enrollment Profile:
Exclusively undergraduate two-year

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Graduate Instructional:
Not applicable

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Undergraduate Instructional:
Associates

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Size and Setting
Very small two-year

Carnegie Classification 2005 - Undergraduate Profile
Mixed part/full-time two-year

 Room and Board

Provide on-campus housing? No
Total Dorm Capacity: 0
Provide board or meals? No
Number of meals per week:0
Typical room charge per year:$0
Typical board charge per year:$0
Combined room/board:$0

 Degree Information

Level of Institution: At least 2 but less than 4 years

Highest Level Offered: Associate's degree

Undergraduate Offering:
Undergraduate degree or certificate offering

Graduate Offering:
No graduate offering

First Professional Offer:
No first-professional offering

Highest Degree Offered: Associates

Degree Granting Status: Degree-granting

Historical Black College or University: No

Institution has Hospital: No

Institution grants a Medical Degree: No

Institutional Category:
Degree-granting, associate's and certificates

 Athletics

Athletic Association: No
NCAA Member: Implied no
NAIA Member: Implied no
NJCAA Member: Implied no
NSCAA Member: Implied no
NCCAA Member: Implied no
Other Member: Implied no
Football: No
Basketball: No
Baseball: No
Cross Country/Track: No

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 Fee Information

Application Fee information for Long Island College Hospital School Of Nursing  Application Fee: Yes
 Out of State Tuition? No
 Financial Aid Office Phone: 718-780-1978
 Admissions Office Phone: 718-780-1071


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