At FTI, we offer the best Miami nursing program. You'll find a degree program that will pave the way to the future you envision. We believe in opportunity. It signals possibility, a moment that allows you to fulfill your potential. Here, you can find opportunity in your community by meeting people who can help you open new doors. You can find opportunity in your environment because our campus is a place that provides inspiration and encourages you to explore and grow.
Here at FTI, Knowledge is Power!
The admissions procedure for this nursing degree in Miami is easy. It starts with an appointment with an FTI Admissions Department representative.
During this appointment, the student will have the chance to go through the online school catalog as well as tour the facility (this is a great time to ask questions). The student will also have a pre-admission interview with the FTI school representative.
If the student decides to enroll and obtain their nursing degree in Florida, they will be asked to fill an application form as well as pay an application fee. The student will also need to submit their official transcripts which will help determine whether the student can transfer their credits.
An admissions interview will be scheduled with the ADN Program Director. This interview will determine whether the student is qualified to get admission in one of the best nurse practitioner programs at FTI. The application will be reviewed and if it is accepted, the student needs to meet the financial aid officer. This is to determine the best possible way to pay tuition fees for the program. The student will also sign an enrollment document to become an official student at FTI.
In order to qualify for Future Tech’s best-accelerated nursing programs in Miami, the applicant must fulfill the following requirements:
The applicant must be a US citizen or a legal resident.
An applicant must submit a high school diploma or equivalent from their country of origin. The Academic Director holds the right to accept or deny the credentials based on their authenticity.
The applicant must discuss the possibility of transferring any previously acquired credits to the current program. Get in touch with us to find out more about our Transfer of Credit Policy.
The applicant will also undergo a 10-panel drug screen conducted by COMPLIO.
The applicant must be 18 years of age. With parental consent, a 16-year-old applicant can also apply.
During the admission interview, the applicant needs to describe their goals and ambitions during the course and after completion of the course. The admission interview will be also a way to judge the communication ability of the applicant which is crucial for the healthcare industry.
The applicant will undergo a thorough background check.
The applicant is expected to write and submit an essay with the application form. The essay will be reviewed by the institute’s instructors.
Frequently asked questions
Is FTI Accredited?
Yes, FTI is institutionally accredited by ACCSC (Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges).
Do you have an entrance exam?
At this time, FTI does not have an entrance exam requirement. However, there is an Admission Essay submission requirement and Interview with the Academic/Program Director as part of the application/admission process. All students, once completing or after transferring all General Education Courses, and before starting Nursing Core Courses must complete an assessment to ensure they are ready to go into the Nursing portion of the program. You can read more information about our current admission requirements and policies, including the Readiness Assessment before entering Nursing Core Courses in the school catalog, found on the school website (www.futuretech.edu).
What is the available class schedule?
FTI actively offers Morning (8 AM - 12 PM) and Night (6 - 10 PM) sessions throughout the week for theory courses. Schedule availability for Clinical Labs/Practices will vary. There may be midday or weekend sessions available during certain terms for theory and/or clinical labs/practices. You can ask the Admission Officer or check with student services. However, the course selection and schedule availability may vary from term to term depending on several factors including max registration of students per course/session has been capped, not enough student enrollment to open a specific class, or other. You can read more information regarding the course selection and schedule availability in the school catalog, found on the school website (www.futuretech.edu), asking about the available schedule for the term during the application/admission process, or reaching out to student services after enrollment.
Where do the students do their clinical practicum?
Does the school offer classes on weekends?
FTI has offered courses on weekends in the past, however, they are currently mainly used for clinical practices. The course selection and schedule availability may vary from term to term depending on several factors including max registration of students per course/session has been capped, not enough student enrollment to open a specific class, or other. You can read more information regarding the course selection and schedule availability in the school catalog, found on the school website (www.futuretech.edu), asking about the available schedule for the term during the application/admission process, or reaching out to student services after enrollment.
Are you accepting new students?
FTI is accepting applications for the new upcoming term. Please refer back to the school catalog, which can be found through the school's website (www.futuretech.edu), for specific application and enrollment deadlines.
Do you offer Financial Aid?
FTI offers Financial Aid for those who qualify.
How long is the Nursing Program?
FTI's Professional Nursing Program full program is a 2-year Associate Degree program designed to be completed in 6 terms. Each term is 16-weeks long. The program is comprised of a total of 75 credits.
Is the program online or on campus?
FTI's Professional Nursing Degree (ADN) Program is approved and licensed to be an in-person program at our campus in Miami, Florida.
Do you offer LPN to RN program?
FTI currently only offers the Professional Nursing Degree (ADN) Program. If you have more than 5 years of experience as an LPN, you may request to test out of certain courses with the approval of the Program Director, otherwise, only college-level courses completed (within certain timeframes and with specific grade requirements) at an accredited institution are considered for transfer. We will be happy to review your specific case if you apply and provide your information. You can contact our offices by calling 305.774.0227 during business hours or email Mr. Velazquez (Admission Officer) at AVelazquez@futuretech.edu, who will be happy to further assist you in the application process.
How much is the program?
If you were to complete the entire program, 75 credits, (without transferring any credits) the TOTAL cost (Application fee, Tuition, and student package, which includes all books, tablet, Clinical Nursing Practice Kit, HESI package, and more) would be $41,075.00. However, if you transfer any credits, therefore having to complete fewer courses, the cost will also be less. You can read a breakdown of tuition and fees in the school catalog, found on the school website, www.futuretech.edu. You can contact our offices by calling 305.774.0227 during business hours or email Mr. Velazquez (Admission Officer) at AVelazquez@futuretech.edu, who will be happy to further assist you in the application process.
Can I transfer credits I've previously completed over to FTI?
Future-Tech Institute will review and take into consideration the transfer of credits earned, for degree programs, at other accredited institutions meeting the specific criteria and at the discretion of the Academic/Program Director. For detailed information regarding FTI's Transfer of Credit Policy and fees involved, please review the school catalog, which can be found on the school's website, www.futuretech.edu.