Registration – Spring 2018
Registering for classes at PSC is easy. If you are interested in learning more about online courses at PSC, please contact the eLearning Department at 850-484-1238. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have. In the spring of 2016, PSC offered 115 courses completely online across 227 sections. Sections fill fast so don’t wait. If you prefer to come to campus for class, it’s always best to register early to secure your place at a time that suits you best. If you are a returning PSC student, non-degree seeking student, transfer student, transient student, high school student, international student, or military veteran, click here to learn more about the registration process and the academic programs PSC has to offer. To get an overview of the courses PSC will be offering this spring, please click here to access the course schedule. Best of luck, and we hope to see you at PSC in the spring.
BSN – Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program is designed to prepare the graduate of an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program, who already holds a Registered Nursing (RN) license, with additional skills in management, leadership, theory, research, and evidence-based practice to succeed and be promoted within the nursing profession. The program is completely online and may be completed in the set three, four, or five semester completion options. RN-BSN graduates will be qualified for supervisory jobs such as nurse managers and other leadership roles. Within one year of graduation, 70% of RN-BSN prepared graduates will report they are employed in an appropriate nursing position, have received a promotion or increase in salary, or are enrolled in further nursing education. For more information please call 850-484-2253 or click here to visit the website.
Virtual Tutoring at PSC
At PSC, students enrolled in math, writing emphasis, beginning physics, or beginning chemistry courses have access to virtual tutoring in a fully online and interactive environment. Virtual tutors have access to all the textbooks used in PSC classes so students can ask questions directly related to their homework assignments or other course requirements. If homework is not from a textbook, students may send their question to a tutor in a number of ways (speech, email, chat, etc.). After receiving the question, the tutor will work through the problem with the student. Virtual tutors can address multiple learning styles and will work with the student one-on-one in real-time. Earlier this year, PSC won the coveted Bellwether Award for its virtual tutoring service. For more information, including a brief video, please click here.