School of Nursing
In the Pittsburgh region, healthcare occupations are projected to grow nearly twice as fast as the job market overall for the next ten years.*
Touch the lives of patients and their families.
Discover our Nursing programs
Associate in Science, Nursing
Associate in Science in Nursing, LPN to ASN Track
Certificate, Practical Nursing
Discover how PTC supports you.
Nursing Simulation Center
Out of the classroom and into a hospital-like setting
Pittsburgh Technical College’s Nursing Simulation Center is where you’ll enhance your learning with state-of-the-industry medical equipment and patient simulators.
You’re not alone on your journey.
That’s because PTC offers a wide range of support services, beginning with smaller classes and hands-on, interactive learning to assistance outside of class.
School of Nursing Philosophy
Helping you realize your full potential
Consistent with the mission of Pittsburgh Technical College as a whole, the School of Nursing supports the empowerment of students to succeed in life through the development of general knowledge and skills, as well as discipline-specific knowledge and skills.
Your success is at the heart of what we do
When you’re ready to take all that you’ve learned out into the real world, our Career Services team will work with you to help build your job-search skills and connect you to potential employers. And, you can continue to count on their expertise and support throughout your career.
Ready to get started? Attend one of our nursing info sessions.
Learn about the courses and the license you need to become a practical nurse or registered nurse. Explore our campus, experience our nursing classrooms and hands-on labs, and visit our Nursing Simulation Center where you'll work with lifelike, responsive mannequins. They're so realistic you might forget they aren't real patients.
*Showcases graduates from the January, April, July and October 2016 classes. Employment includes full-time, part-time, and freelance positions. Data includes those who were offered and/or received career assistance from January 1, 2016 – April 30, 2017. Visit PTCollege.edu/employmentstats to learn more.