245 Clinton Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11205
Main: 718.940.5300 Admissions: 718.940.5800
155 W. Roe Blvd., Patchogue, NY 11772
Main: 631.687.5100 Admissions: 631.687.4500
155 W. Roe Blvd., Patchogue, NY 11772 631.687.4514
Brooklyn’s school for new students and working nurses.
Please note: The traditional four-year nursing program has reached capacity and is no longer accepting new applications for fall 2017. All in-progress applications for fall 2017 will be evaluated and considered for a place on the program’s waiting list. Students who have been admitted, but have not deposited by the deadline stated in their letter of admission, will be considered on a space-available basis. SJC Brooklyn is still considering applicants for admission to the RN to BSN program, which is for individuals who currently hold a NYS RN license and wish to pursue a BSN.
At SJC Brooklyn, we prepare you to be future leaders in nursing. How? By providing a stimulating environment in which you can explore careers in today’s health care system.
A four-year program for anyone looking to enter the nursing field.
A blended RN-BSN program maximizing the strength of registered nurses.
Whatever your choice, SJC Brooklyn has everything you need to succeed. From freshmen to working adults, SJC's innovative courses prepare nursing students at the undergraduate, graduate and professional level.
Nurses are consistently in high demand, especially in New York, and St. Joseph’s prepares you for professional practice in traditional and unstructured health care settings. Find your place in the ever-changing field of nursing.
PLEASE NOTE: The traditional four-year nursing program has reached capacity for the fall 2017. All new or in progress applications for fall 2016 will be evaluated and considered for a place on the program’s waiting list. SJC Brooklyn is still considering applications for admission to the RN to BSN program, which is for individuals who currently hold a NYS RN license and wish to pursue a BSN.
(For traditional undergraduate students.) The ways in which nurses were educated during the 20th century are no longer adequate for dealing with the realities of healthcare in today’s fast-paced, high-tech world of medicine. Many institutions now require registered nurses to hold a bachelor’s degree for this reason.
Given the increasing healthcare demands of our population, experts predict that, by 2020, the U.S. will need 1.2 million more professionally qualified nurses than our country is currently preparing. At St. Joseph’s College, our mission is to help curb that shortage by offering a four-year, BS program for undergraduates.
Our program, which is strictly for registered nurses, focuses on nursing theory and the promotion, restoration and maintenance of health for clients, the development of critical thinking and decision-making skills, and the development of leadership skills appropriate to beginning professional practice.
As adult learners, nursing students have unique needs and are diverse in their experiential backgrounds. We promote self-directed learning, increasing the student’s existing professional knowledge base and facilitating change in professional role perceptions and behavior.
“My mother inspired me to become a nurse. Through her passion to help those in need, dedication, and hard work she was able to pass down these characteristics to me.”
The clinical nurse specialist concentration prepares students for the multifaceted role of the CNS in a variety of health care settings. Click here to learn more.
The M.S. in Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner program responds to emerging national demographics and policies in healthcare. Click here to learn more.
Whether you want to work directly with patients or to help advance nursing education, we likely have a program for you. Gain experience from some of Brooklyn's top nursing instructors through hands-on teaching and research. There's never been a better time to become a nurse, and never a better time to study nursing at SJC.
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Inc.
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The Department of Nursing is also accredited by the New York State Education Department.