Nurse Remedial Course
Student Requirements for Admission
This course provides an extensive review of medical-surgical nursing, geriatric, maternal-child nursing, mental health nursing, pharmacology, and RN nursing procedures.
This course is approved by the Florida Board of Nursing for graduate nurses who have been unsuccessful in passing the NCLEX-RN three times and are required to take a remedial course.
Graduate nurses must have completed an accredited nursing program and have met the requirements of licensure testing by the Florida Board of Nursing. All applicants should consult the Florida Board of Nursing if they have any criminal offenses limiting licensure before applying. Refer to this page.
The following must be presented before acceptance into the remedial course: a criminal history background check, current American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card, proof of health insurance, and a completed Student Health Report signed by the applicant’s physician verifying current immunizations for TB, Hepatitis B, Rubella Titre, and tetanus.
*Limited access. COST OF THE COURSE IS $1,930.00. Students must be paid in full by the registration deadline.
Fall Semester Start - Application due by September 5
Summer Semester Start - Application due by April 17th
Phase I: Initial review of applications. Remediation letter from the Board of Nursing is required for students to retake the NCLEX. Full payment for course is confirmed.
Phase II: At the applicant's expense, a college-approved criminal records check and drug testing must be completed.
Phase III: At the applicant's expense, the following items must be completed before final acceptance:
- Student Attestation Health Form
- Proof of health insurance
- Current American Heart Association Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) card
Selected applicants will receive a final letter of acceptance by:
Fall course by September 26th
Summer course by April 30th for a start date of 5/8/2018 Summer Course Schedule
- A math grade of 90 or better before attending clinical. Attendance at all lectures classes. A grade of C or higher must be earned in didactic portion of course
- Satisfactory completion of all written assignments, including a concept map.
- Completion of ninety-six (96) clinical hours with a satisfactory clinical grade: performance will be evaluated as satisfactory or unsatisfactory.
- Grading will be based on seven (7) written tests achieving a score of 70 or higher.