Nurses can begin their profession after completing various levels of degrees, starting with basic healthcare certification. However, nurses and students who wish to reach higher tiers within their profession may want to consider taking their registered nurse (RN) credentials and going back to school for their bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN).
An accredited institution based in Utah is giving non-traditional students who may live far away or who have already begun their career a chance to take college programs online to complete their bachelor’s degree. This school is adding their new bachelor’s programs to a large list of other healthcare degree tracks already provided, including respiratory care, public health and health services management. Students can work towards their associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees exclusively online, by taking various classes such as concepts of professional nursing or nursing issues in the 21st century.
Students may complete this offering and more as long as they have access to the internet. These online programs provide opportunities for non-traditional students who may not have been able to complete their degree due to other responsibilities.