56 Online Degree Programs Available in Nursing
If you’re considering online nursing degree programs as a possibility for your education, you’re not alone. Online education is continuing to grow. In a Pew Institute survey, college presidents said that by 2021, 50 percent of students at their schools will be taking classes online, up from 15 percent in 2011i. Online learning is also becoming more accessible, as 89 percent of public colleges and 60 percent of private colleges offer online coursesii.
If you want to get an online nursing degree, here’s what you should know.
The BSN degree completion program is designed to provide students with a market-relevant understanding of how to:Practice visionary thinking while integrating new patient care demands, traditional and more >
Demand for preventive care continues to rise in the U.S. - especially now that millions of Americans have access to medical services through the Affordable Care Act. more >
Master of Business Administration and Master of Science in Nursing with an Emphasis in Nursing Leadership in Health Care Systems (Dual-Degree). more >
The Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) in Executive Leadership program prepares master’s-educated nurses and those with master’s degrees in other disciplines (MBA, MHA, MEd) for leadership r more >
Our mission is to train top tier clinicians. Our nursing degrees are highly recognized and greatly respected because we believe nursing goes beyond science. more >
Become the type of health care leader who nurses turn to for help. more >
For busy nursing professionals looking for career advancement, Loyola University New Orleans offers a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with a specialization in Health Care Systems Management (HCSM). more >
The Norwich University Master of Science in Nursing program can provide the knowledge and skills to help you succeed in leadership and educator positions in the contemporary health care environment. more >