RNs and NPs are two of central New York’s fastest-growing occupations — and they will be for at least the next decade.
Here are a few things nursing leaders in central New York should know about Keuka College, whether you’re helping your nurses find the right BSN program, looking to enhance your own knowledge, or adding the next best-fit clinician to your team.
Keuka College offers a nursing program for everyone
From pre-licensure to adult/gerontology primary care NP, Keuka College has a program for anyone who’s interested in joining our profession or furthering their nursing education. The College also offers an RN to BSN program and a master’s degree for aspiring nurse practitioners.
- RN to BSN
- Master of Science in Nursing (Adult/Gero. Primary Care Nurse Practitioner)
- Adult/Gero. Primary Care Nurse Practitioner Post-Master's Certificate
KC is all over New York State — and especially in CNY
Keuka College offers the RN to BSN and MSN programs at hospitals throughout New York State, most of which are in central New York. Nursing students complete work online at their own pace and meet face-to-face with their instructor one night each week for four hours.
Classes are offered at Arnot Ogden Medical Center, Crouse Hospital, Cayuga Medical Center, Geneva General Hospital, St. Joseph’s Hospital, and St. Luke’s Hospital.
A curriculum designed to meet our region’s needs
Keuka College’s Nursing Advisory Board is made up of clinicians, nurse administrators, and health care executives from throughout the region. Board members help the College’s nursing faculty identify and understand local nursing challenges, trends, and opportunities so that the curriculum can be continuously updated to meet local needs.
Programs can be customized for you
The RN to BSN and MSN programs can be delivered at your location and custom-tailored by the nursing faculty specifically to meet the needs of your clinical setting.
The faculty are locally practicing nurses and nurse practitioners
All of Keuka College’s nursing faculty continue to practice clinically and bring their real-life, local experiences to the classroom.