Vocational Nursing Program
The Dallas Nursing Institute’s (DNI) vocational nursing program is a four semester, 51-week program that will prepare you with the skills and knowledge necessary for the NCLEX-PN licensing exam, and employment in the healthcare industry. DNI vocational nursing graduates can provide general nursing care in a variety of work settings including, hospitals, nursing homes, doctors’ offices, home healthcare agencies, correctional institutions and anywhere that healthcare is administrated.
DNI’s vocational nursing program relies on the philosophy of understanding the three components of patient care: biology, psychology, and sociology. However, a DNI education goes beyond the basics and teaches you to become a competent and compassionate nurse who is able to administer healthcare in widely diverse settings. The conceptual framework of the program focuses on helping you gain the knowledge and skills needed to help patients optimize their health and improve their quality of life.
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Associate Degree of Nursing Program
The Dallas Nursing Institute’s (DNI) Associate Degree of Nursing program prepares students to become licensed registered nurses in the healthcare field. Graduates of this program earn an Associate of Applied Science Degree and will gain the knowledge and the skills necessary for the NCLEX-RN, the required licensing exam for the field.
The DNI Associate Degree of Nursing program focuses on providing an education that prepares students to assume three primary roles of a nurse: provider of care, coordinator of care, and a member of the profession. Assessing patient needs, planning care, and evaluating care serve is the foundation of the rigorous technical training DNI students’ experience. Promoting healthy habits, preventing disease, and managing disease are also integrated into each course in the program.
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