Spring Hill College is pleased to announce the Division of Nursing now offers a Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) degree designed for registered nurses (RNs) who hold an associate degree or diploma in Nursing to prepare them for leadership in the health care field.
The BSN program combines flexible, online courses with clinical integration, designed to allow students to schedule courses around their current work schedules. It aligns local instruction and clinical practice, enabling nurses to complete the degree requirements in their local communities and work settings. Working with health care partners, the BSN program qualifies nurses to learn by applying new concepts and approaches to their own professional practice.
“Our local healthcare facilities are desperate for more RNs and those that are working towards Magnet Status need to secure more RNs with a minimum of a BSN degree,” said Kathy Sheppard, PhD, RN, Professor and Chairperson of the Division of Nursing. “The time is ripe to achieve the BSN and our program is competitively priced, with excellent faculty, in an online environment allowing students to complete the coursework when they are off-shift. Students may complete nursing courses in as little as nine months attending full time or may take 18 months attending part time.”
To learn more about the RN to BSN program, please visit shc.ed/go/nursingprograms or call Spring Hill College Admissions at 251-380-3030.