ABOUT ENI

Erudite Nursing Institute® (ENI) is a Medical Career College that is owned and operated by Medical Career Specialists, which has been effectuating educational excellence in Healthcare since 2000. Previously, all ENI programs were made available exclusively to hospitals, caregiving facilitators, and other medical organizations wanting to train their staff in-house, rather than absorb the encumbrances of tuition reimbursement and educational leave.

ACCREDITATION

Accreditation is a voluntary process in which the school or the program asks for an external review of its programs, facilities, and faculty. For baccalaureate nursing programs, such a review is performed by peers in nursing education to ensure both program quality and integrity. Accreditation is very important and should be considered on two levels — institutional accreditation of the school and the accreditation of the nursing program itself.

ADMISSIONS

Submit your completed Application for Admission and application fee along with the following:

1. High school diploma, GED or equivalent

2. Valid licensure (if a current medical professional using medical background to qualify for program) or college transcripts (if using prior schooling to qualify)

3. Personal statement—formal, written statement of 1,000 words or less regarding your reasons for wanting to pursue a career in nursing, what qualities (personal or professional) make you a good candidate for the Nursing profession, and

4. Current resume

5. One personal or professional reference

Why Choose Us

Fast-track Diploma Programs for Medical Professionals

Erudite Nursing programs are for the discerning professional in need of quality, affordable, timely, and reliable education in practical or professional nursing. All ENI programs are nationally accredited. Earning the coveted ENI diploma affords the opportunity to sit for the respective licensure examinations, as has been the formidable practice in ENI-trained medical facilities around the country for over a decade.

Licensed Practical Nursing (2-5 Weeks)

Licensed practical nurses (LPNs)—also referred to as Licensed Vocational Nurses in some states–are medical professionals that work closely with the infirm in a variety of health care settings. They provide full contact patient care under the supervision of Registered Nurses (RNs) and/or physicians that oftentimes entails bedside care, taking vital signs, catheterizations, injections, and other supervised medical procedures within their scope of practice. In addition to patient observation and assisting with routine personal care tasks, LPNs may also perform routine laboratory tests and administer specific intravenous therapy treatments, where not prohibited by applicable law. In some states, LPNs can even help deliver and care for newborns, as well as supervise Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) and Home Health Aides (HHAs).

Registered Nursing (4-7 Weeks)

Registered Nursing requires a large skillset consisting of information and experiential knowledge employed to assess, develop, and implement care plans to promote health. This often includes matters of disease prevention and coping with illness in that nurses observe patients to assess their condition by recording symptoms, reactions, and progress. This information then provides the basis for care planning and intervention. Registered Nurses are health educators and patient advocates. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics sites Registered Nursing among the top ten occupations with the largest projected job growth. Employment of Registered Nurses is expected to grow 19 percent from 2012 to 2022, which is faster than the average for all U.S. occupations.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (4-9 Weeks)

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a status for Registered Nurses (RN) indicating that a Degree has been earned in the field. The BSN Degree enables the RN to earn higher wages and partake of greater career opportunities for professional nursing, because it denotes that a prestigious baccalaurean education has been received by the nurse, as opposed to simple on-the-job training or training certificate.

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