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Degree programs in nursing are among the most popular online courses offered by our accredited colleges and universities. The reasons include:
Working professional nurses often have demanding, irregular hours; these online programs offer maximum scheduling flexibility.
The rich multimedia and interactive course content enhances understanding and retention of complex medical and scientific material.
Online nursing programs are continuously expanding to keep pace with changes in healthcare, new specializations and the increasing demand for healthcare management skills.
These online degree programs are designed for nurses at all levels who want to expand their skills and qualifications, pursue specialized areas of practice, or advance into supervisory roles or teaching positions.
Registered Nurses with an associate degree or diploma certificate can build on their education and experience to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). RNs without a formal nursing degree may also qualify to enter programs leading to a BSN or Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). You'll also find Master's programs in specialties such as Integrative Health Care and Health Care Education.
In addition to these degree programs, you'll find nursing certificate programs in specialized areas such as Case Management, Forensic Nursing, Geriatric Care and Life Care Planning.
Explore the online nursing programs below and request more information today. The respective college or university will assist you in making sure that a particular program meets the certification requirements relevant to your career objectives.
The Nurse Educator MSN career option is directed toward preparing the nurse to teach in a collegiate or health care setting.
This Bachelor of Science in Nursing with specialization in RN to BSN program at Graceland University includes detailed areas of study and practice allowing you to earn a BSN in a structured and enc
The online RN-BS Nursing program from Utica College accepts currently licensed Registered Nurses who want to advance their careers by earning a Bachelor's degree in Nursing.