Programs-Nursing

As with the growing healthcare industry, Nursing continues to grow at a rapid pace. A degree in nursing opens the door to a rewarding and long lasting career. With America's baby boomers aging, the nursing field is stretched rather thin. There is a growing shortage of qualified nurses, and a degree program as an RN or BSN has proven to be extremely valuable. A degree as a RN typically takes two to three years to achieve and is taken at a community college. Employment begins after a student completes the required state exams and is hired at a nursing home, hospital, or other medical facility. Earning an RN degree is an accomplishment and leads the way to earning a BSN degree, or, Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The RN to BSN program advances skills and allows a nurse to take on additional responsibilities. A RN to BSN degree program is taken at a four year university, with an emphasis on research, leadership, and education advancement. Once achieved, career advancement for a BSN degree holder is imminent. Patient care responsibilities are increased, research papers can be reviewed, and leadership opportunities are available.


Sample courses for the RN to BSN degree include:

Examples of some RN to BSN courses include:

Any nursing degree is a great accomplishment. With an aging population in need of care, the nursing profession will continue to grow and more quality nurses will be needed.

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Central Texas College

Campus School

Nursing

 

Nursing (Artriculating Students)

 
     

Colorado Christian University

Online School

Biblical Studies

 

Criminal Justice

 

Nursing

 

Eastern University

Campus School

Nursing (RN to BSN)

 
     
     

Florida Career College

Campus School

Cosmetology

 

Information Technology

 

Medical Assistant Technician

 

Gonzaga University

Online School

Nursing (RN to MSN)

 
     
     

Jacksonville State University Online

Online School

Nursing (RN to MSN)