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RN to BSN Program opens a world of opportunities

| Jan Adams

One of the roles of a nurse is as a lifelong learner. It is an expectation in the workplace as new procedures and policies are introduced and implemented. Jen Miller, BSN '17 describes the decision to continue her formal nursing education and obtain her BSN. In doing so, she has expanded her career opportunities and experienced personal and professional grown.

RNs who return to school and receive their baccalaureate degree often experience higher job satisfaction, increased awareness of healthcare sector and professional issues, enhanced assessment skills, growth in time management and supervisory skills, and increased confidence when working with patients, colleagues and administration. 

If you are a RN and interested in transforming your career by obtaining your BSN, please visit our BSN Completion page or contact:

Catherine (Kitty) Kenney, DNP, RN
Clinical Assistant Professor
BSN Completion Pre Program Advisor and Graduate Program Admissions Coordinator