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Baylor University’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing (LHSON) has announced a partnership with Keypath Education to advance graduate-level online programming, beginning with nursing education.
With data showing that nursing master’s degrees have grown 42 percent over the last five years and nurse practitioner degrees have grown by 75 percent, Baylor and Keypath’s partnership is intended to help meet market demand.
Keypath and Baylor will work together to optimize and expand the existing online Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) Leadership and Innovation program. Their partnership will also help launch new Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs with tracks in Family Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Midwifery, and Neonatal Nurse Practitioner, which will be available fully online for the first time.
Shelley F. Conroy, EdD, MS, RN, CNE, dean of Baylor’s Louise Herrington School of Nursing, tells PRWeb.com, “With the experience and knowledge of Keypath propelling them forward, we expect these programs will reach new students, help them achieve greatness in their professions and help the School better fulfill its mission.”
Recruitment for the new online programs will launch in spring 2018 and classes will begin in fall 2018. Keypath will work as an extension of the university’s team, helping to attract and enroll the best students for each program through higher education marketing and recruitment. Keypath will also provide in-depth market research, program development, and capital investment.
To learn more about Baylor Nursing’s partnership with Keypath Education to expand their online graduate program offerings, visit here.
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