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Anne Arundel Community College

Anne Arundel Community College 101 College Pky, Arnold, MD 21012-1895 (410) 777 - 2222
Numerous programs are offered by the school to ensure that students are given options to choose from. These are Registered Nursing (RN), Practical Nursing (PN), LPN to RN Upward Mobility, Patient Care Technician (PCT), Geriatric Nursing Assistant (GNA) and the RN First Assistant (RNFA).

Baltimore City Community College

Baltimore City Community College 2901 Liberty Heights Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21215-7893 (410) 462 - 8300
The Associate Degree Nursing program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) while the same program together with the Practical Nursing Certificate is approved by the Maryland Board of Nursing. However, before a student is accepted to the school, all the sciences should be completed with a grade of “C” or better.

Bowie State University

14000 Jericho Park Road Bowie, MD 20715-9465 (301) 860 - 4000
The nursing curricula of the esteemed university are particularly critical of the nurturance of both the professors and the students. The values and elements of therapeutic communication, social awareness, collaborative skills and the development of caring behaviors are instilled in the academic curriculum.

Carol Community College

Carol Community College 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, MD 21157 (410) 386 - 8000
Students who wish to register in the school undergo rigid screening and evaluation. It has been a practice to be selective as to the students who are welcomed in the programs. Acceptance will be based on academic ability and aptitude of a nurse.

Allegany College of Maryland, Cumberland Campus

12401 Willow Brook Road, Cumberland, MD 21502 (301) 784 - 5000
The graduates of the Allegany College of Maryland are exposed to areas such as the obstetrics, pediatrics, intensive care, emergency, medical-surgical as well the psychiatric areas. In addition, the students are also exposed in clinics, colleges and schools, industries, community health agencies and clinics.

Cecil College

Cecil College One Seahawk Drive, North East, MD 21901 (410) 287 - 1000
The program offered by the Cecil College is approved by the Maryland State Board of Nursing and is further accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. At the college, the students are assured of unique computer literacy requirements that will be met in the course of the nursing program.

College of Notre Dame of Maryland

College of Notre Dame 4701 North Charles Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21210 (410) 435 - 0100
The entry-level of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland is not open to transfer of second bachelor’s degree students at the moment; this 2011, the school is expecting and accepting 35 pre-nursing undergraduates.

Chesapeake College

Wye Mills, MD 21679 (410) 822 - 5400
The Maryland Board of Nursing and the Maryland Higher Education Commission has fully approved the program of Nursing offered by the Chesapeake College. Moreover, the program is also accredited by the National League of Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC).

College of Southern Maryland

College of Southern Maryland 8730 Mitchell Rd., La Plata, MD 20646-0910 (3010 934 - 7534
At CSMD, aspiring nurses are honed to be as competent and as nurtured so that when they are exposed to the real-world set-up, they are ready to face the challenges that will come their way. The instructors are also involved in ongoing learning through research.

Coppin State University, Helene Fuld School of Nursing

Coppin State University 2500 West North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21216-3698 (410) 951 - 3000
The school offers undergraduate and graduate level programs that are approved and accredited by lead agencies. Distinct to the school is that it has a faculty-sponsored primary care facility named the Coppin State University Helene Fuld School of Nursing Community Health Center where the students are further honed while promoting accessible and low cost but high quality services to the general public.

Frederick Community College

Frederick Community College 7932 Opossumtown Pike, Frederick, MD 21702 (301) 846 - 2400
The academy has an excellent reputation for having an outstanding national licensing exam rate in the country. The graduates of the school are recruited heavily with several job offers. Programs presented are the Certificate in Practical Nursing, a 12-month program and the Associate Sciences Degree in Nursing.


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Frostburg State University

Frostburg State University 101 Braddock Road, Frostburg, MD 21532-2303 (301) 687 - 4000
The program offered in FSU is based on the American Association of Colleges of Nursing proposed Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education. The RN to BSN program can be taken in as little as fifteen months with the working RNs benefited because clinical hours are made in places proximal to the students’ homes.

Hagerstown Community College

Hagerstown Community College 11400 Robinwood Drive Hagerstown, MD, 21742 (301) 790 - 2800
The school houses the most proficient instructors to cater to the students. The programs offered are Certified Medicine Aide (CMA), Certified Nursing Assistant/Geriatric Assistant (CNA/GNA), Nursing (RN) and Practical Nursing (LPN).

Harford Community College

401 Thomas Run Road, Bel Air, MD 21015 (443) 412 - 2000
The HCC has an Associate of Sciences Degree in Nursing, helpful in the preparation of students for the NCLEX-RN. Other than that, after completion of the second semester in the said program, the students may opt to enroll in a 10-week summer session to complete the requirements for the Practical Nursing Certificate making them eligible for NCLEX-PN.

Johns Hopkins University

Johns Hopkins University 3400 N Charles St, Mason Hall, Baltimore, MD 21218-2688 (410) 516 - 8000
There are several convincing accounts when one speaks of the John Hopkins University School of Nursing. According to the US News & World Report, along with two other institutions, the academe is ranked No. 1 among nursing graduate programs. Moreover, it ranked No. 1, No. 5 and No. 7 respectively in the areas of Community/Public Health Nursing, Nursing Service Administration and Family Nurse Practitioner. It has also been recognized by the National League for Nursing as a Center of Excellence in Nursing Education.

Howard Community College

Howard Community College 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Maryland 21044 (443) 518 - 1000
The programs offered at HCC are the Traditional Registered Nursing (A.A. degree program), Accelerated Registered Nursing (A.A. degree program), LPN Pathways: LPN to RN (A.A. degree program) and the Licensed Practical Nursing (Certificate). Students can pay their study by checking out the Health Personnel Shortage Incentive grant program and other scholarships offered via the Financial Aid Services.

Montgomery College

40 W. Gude Drive, Suite 220, Rockville, Maryland 20850 (240) 567 - 5000
At Montgometry College, you can complete the nursing program in two years. In case you are mulling about transferring to a year-year college program, you need to take additional or optional courses to ensure maximum transferability of credit. Some of the general education courses are available online and in traditional settings in evening sessions.

Morgan State University

Morgan State University 1700 East Cold Spring Lane, Baltimore MD 21251 (443) 885 - 3333
It was in January 2008 when the MSU first offered its Nursing program to address the growing need for nursing professionals. The curriculum of the school supports five components. These are: liberal arts education, professional values, core competencies, core knowledge and role development as recommended in The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice.

Prince George's Community College

Prince George's Community College 301 Largo Rd, Largo, Maryland 20774-2199 (301) 336 - 6000
The school started in 1967 with the first graduating class consisting of 13 graduates in 1969. In the past, the school employed the use of three outside agency contracts with two full-time faculty personnel. At present, the program employs 35 outside agency contacts with 17 full-time faculty and a visiting professor. Moreover, there are 40 adjunct faculty, 3 health technology computer technicians and one instructional designer.

Salisbury University

1101 Camden Ave., Salisbury, MD 21801 (410) 543 - 6000
Three tracks to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing are offered at the Salisbury University. The first is for traditional undergraduate students, the second designed for non-nursing college graduates and the third for nurses who are already registered. At Salisbury, the academe takes pride in saying that they have the highest NCLEX-RN pass rate in Maryland for two consecutive years.




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