UE’s RN to BSN Program Now Offering Completely Online Option
Posted: Tuesday, December 11, 2018
The University of Evansville’s RN to BSN Program is now offering an all online format. This new option brings additional flexibility to a program that is already designed to provide adult learners and working nurses with an accommodating, supportive academic experience.
Two online courses are being offered this spring: NURS 484 Dynamic Integration: Health Issues and NURS 463 Nursing Professional Leadership.
The RN to BSN Program’s curriculum teaches advanced critical thinking and leadership skills and in-depth knowledge of health care issues, research, and quality improvement.
"This benefits not only the program’s graduates but the community as well," noted Jerrilee LaMar, chair of UE’s nursing department. “Graduates of our program take their enhanced skills, knowledge and abilities back into the health care community. We have a long-term collaborative relationship with hospitals and community agencies in the Evansville area.”
The RN to BSN program offers a competitive reduced per credit hour tuition rate, and students may qualify for financial aid.
The University of Evansville’s BSN program was the first such program accredited in the State of Indiana. The program has received continuous accreditation since 1960. Graduate employment rate or enrollment in graduate school is consistently 100 percent within six months of graduation.
For more information on the program, call 812-488- 2442 or go to www.evansville.edu/majors/nursing/registeredNurse.cfm.
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