Yes–students have the choice between state or national examination for obtaining board licensure.
Yes. All programs are nationally accredited (accreditation verification information available upon request) and lead to board licensure eligibility upon successful completion of all requisite obligatories and requirements. Because our programs are nontraditional equivalency, closed to the General Public, and … Continued
No–in the State of Georgia, there is no such thing as “state accreditation”. The State of Georgia does not accredit ANY nursing programs nor does the Ga Board of Nursing “accredit” any nursing programs, contrary to popular belief. There are … Continued
Yes–students and program applicants may apply for credit exemptions and transfers. If you have completed nursing classes at another institution and they are approved for transfer to Erudite, then you would not need to pay for those credit hours again. … Continued
To apply for a given program, applicants must complete the Application for Admission (click here) and submit the applicable application fee.
NCLEX codes for nontraditional programs are the same for each state–and there is only one per state. The NCSBN should be able to provide that information to callers. However, it should be noted that not all students undertake direct examination … Continued
No–there are no current residency requirements to apply to the programs. The coursework is completed online and the clinical externships are completed hands-on within a 30-mile radius of the student’s home or workplace. It is not necessary to relocate for … Continued
Application decisions, under normal processing timeframes and workloads, take 2 weeks from the time a completed application together with the applicable fee has been received. Written electronic notification is issued to the e-mail address on file if the applicant is … Continued
Students have the choice between state or national examination for obtaining board licensure. Within those two options are three prominent routes of which students may avail: direct examination, endorsement, and reciprocity are amongst those methodologies. In some states, under certain … Continued
Concerning pre-requisite requirements, the only pre-req. requirement is the mandatory qualified background in the medical field. This is because our students do not complete pre-reqs before being accepted into the nursing programs to determine whether or not they can/will be … Continued