What is important to you? Class size? Clinical experience?
You'll want to know these facts about York Nursing:
You will have a choice of two tracks as a York College Nursing major. Both offer the same courses and clinical experiences in the same order. The tracks differ in how many courses you take during each semester.
|Track 1 - Spring Clinical Progression||Track 2 - Fall Clinical Progression|
|Eight semesters - 3 general education, 5 clinical||Nine semesters - 4 general education, 5 clinical|
|Required to have two lab sciences every semester||Not required to have two lab sciences every semester|
|Must complete a summer minimester||No summer minimesters required|
|Heavier course load each semester||Carry a more even and manageable distribution of credits every semester|
|Clinical courses begin Spring of sophomore year||Clinical courses begin Fall of junior year|
|Graduation in May (4 years)||Graduation in December (4 ½ years)|
Both Nursing Track 1 (Spring Clinical Progression) and Nursing Track 2 (Fall Clinical Progression) students must adhere to the course sequence of their respective curricula.