Delgado Charity School of Nursing combines the art of caring with the science of health care for one of the most in-demand, high-growth career tracks in the industry. We welcome all applicants from Delgado and other colleges and universities in addition to the experienced professional seeking a career change.
The nursing faculty members foster excellence through their knowledge and expertise in the nursing profession. All students are assigned a faculty advisor as a mentor. Licensed graduates are qualified for employment as entry-level staff nurses in hospitals, long-term care facilities, clinics, physicians’ offices, and home care agencies. Graduates are confident and professional nurses. The Nursing Program, including the general education courses, can be completed in five
semesters. The curriculum provides a strong foundation in natural and social sciences and an understanding of patient
care in a variety of settings, while providing students with knowledge and skills necessary to provide nursing care to clients and groups of clients throughout their lifespan. Clinical experience is at the core of the nursing curriculum. In order to provide a wide range of experiences, a variety of clinical facilities are used throughout the Greater New Orleans area.
To be considered for admission into Delgado Charity School of Nursing, prospective students must meet the following criteria:
Required nursing courses include the following:
• Special Populations
Required related courses (C or higher required) include the following:
• Microbiology of Human Pathogens
• Anatomy and Physiology
• General Psychology
• Humanities Elective
• Fine Arts Elective
For detailed information about the RN program, please see the ADN Information Bulletin.
Program Description from Official Catalog: