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Seton Hill University recently announced a new online RN to BSN program designed to allow working adults in the nursing profession to earn their bachelor’s degree online in as little as one year. Classes are set to begin in Fall 2020.
Seton Hill President Mary C. Finger, Ed.D., tells setonhill.edu, “As Seton Hill University successfully launched its new BSN program last fall, we recognized the need to provide working nursing professionals the ability to complete their bachelor’s degree, an educational credential that a growing number of healthcare providers are requiring of their nursing staffs. Seton Hill’s RN to BSN program will provide nurses already in the field with greater opportunities to take on leadership roles and advance in the profession.”
The new online RN to BSN program will provide immense flexibility to working professionals. Students can complete the program fully online, and it can be completed in as little as one year, with students receiving 33 credits for the RN degree and able to transfer up to 90 credits to Seton Hill. Working RNs are required to complete 60 practicum hours to earn their BSN.
To learn more about Seton Hill University’s new online RN to BSN program, visit here.
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