All curriculum in the program is based on standards set by the Association of Perioperative Registered Nurses (AORN) – the field’s leading professional organization.
When you finish, you’ll have much of the experience needed for the Certified Perioperative Credential (CNOR) exam.
Spend twelve hours per week in clinical settings with surgeons and other perioperative professionals.
Receive the support of a personal program coordinator from the time you apply to the time you graduate.
Take classes with industry experts and experienced nursing faculty.