Nursing Program - School of Health, Math and Sciences
About the Program
The Santa Fe Community College nursing program is approved by the New Mexico State Board of Nursing and accredited through 2021 by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).
Students who successfully complete the nursing program receive the Associate in Applied Science degree (AAS) and, if eligible, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) through a partnership with New Mexico State University. Upon graduation, students are eligible to apply to take the National Board Examination (NCLEX-RN).
SFCC's Department of Nursing Education is part of the New Mexico Nursing Education Consortium, and uses the NMNEC concept-based approach to nursing education.
Learn more about your BSN/AAS options.
- Hospital nursing including medical/surgical, pediatrics, obstetrics, psychiatric, emergency department, intensive care, OR
- Clinical nursing such as family practice; specialties such as women’s health, dialysis, cardiac, internal medicine, pediatrics
- Long-term/extended care nursing
- Hospice/home health nursing
- Public Health/school nursing
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- Find courses in the current catalog
- See the current class schedule
- KAPLAN Exam Registration Policies & Procedures for Nursing Program
- Admission Criteria (BSN and AND)
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Once Accepted: You will receive a request for copies of a current health history with, physical, immunization records, and copy of current BLS/ CPR (American Heart Association only).
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