Students in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN) program must complete one 140-hour Field Period as a part of their bachelor’s degree requirements. An overview of the Field Period program and requirements are provided during the student’s orientation to the nursing program.
As an upper-level nursing course, Field Period is a nursing-focused learning experience for the individual student or group. The Field Period builds upon previous experiences, demonstrating growth and an enhanced ability to think critically. Off-campus experiences highlight personal and professional development and can also involve the areas of service learning, working with diverse populations, and working with other disciplines.
• AIDS Community Resources, Syracuse, N.Y.
• Arnot Odgen Medical Center, Elmira, N.Y.
• Camp Whitman, Dresden, N.Y.
• Chenango County Health Department, Norwich, N.Y.
• Crouse Hospital, Syracuse, N.Y.
• Erway Ambulance Service Inc., Elmira, N.Y.
• Finger Lakes Migrant Health, Penn Yan, N.Y.
• Hmong Christian District – Medical Mission to Laos
• Hospice of the Finger Lakes, Auburn, N.Y.
• Mission of Miracles – Medical Mission to Honduras
• Rochester General Hospital, Rochester, N.Y.
• South Port Correctional Facility, Pine City, N.Y.
• The Healing Tree, Newark, N.Y.