Find Out How PIT Can Help You in Nursing, Cannabis Studies

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The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology in Media, a private non-profit college that offers an education for career development and advancement is hosting two virtual information sessions, one this evening on its Licensed Practical Nursing program and a second session on Cannabis Studies, Wednesday, Sept. 22.

A virtual information session on PIT’s Licensed Practical Nursing program will provide program-specific details about the admission process, including how to transfer credits, what documents are required, and when prerequisites are needed.

You will also have a chance to participate in live presentations from the school’s Nursing Simulation Labs, virtually tour the campus and explore classrooms, and more.

You will also meet Program Director Corey Dennis, along with program instructors and the Admissions and Financial Aid teams.

You can register for the virtual information session here.

Cannabis Studies

A virtual information session on Cannabis Studies will take place Thursday, 6 to 7 p.m.

Gather the details you need to join an exciting Cannabis Studies Associate of Science degree program.

During the session, you can gather program-specific details about the admission process, including how to transfer credits, what documents are required, when prerequisites are needed, etc.

You will also have a chance to participate in live presentations from the Cannabis classrooms, tour the campus, explore the program’s grow tents, and more!

In addition, you will meet our Program Director Lou Giannotti, program instructors, and the admissions and financial aid teams.

Register for the virtual information session here.

About PIT

The Pennsylvania Institute of Technology is a private non-profit college that offers an education for career development and advancement, 

It offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing under an RN-to-BSN program giving registered professional nurses an educational foundation to enhance job opportunities for management roles in healthcare.

The school also offers associate degrees in several Allied Health, Health Care, and Health Science fields, including practical nursing, pre-nursing, clinical medical assistant, health care management, physical therapy assistant, and diagnostic medical sonography.

In addition, one-year certificates in practical nursing and clinical medical assistant are available.

Find out more about the Pennsylvania Institute of Techology.

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