Nursing Degree Programs
Goodwin College offers two nursing degrees at both an associate and bachelor’s level. Whether you’re looking to get into the field of nursing or are already in the field, Goodwin is the nursing school with the right fit for you.
Nursing Program Milestones
The need for compassionate health care professionals is constant. Now is the perfect time for you to begin your new career as a Registered Nurse, caring for others and making a difference in the lives of your patients every day. Take the next step on your path to becoming a Registered Nurse by enrolling in our associate degree in Nursing. Goodwin College offers you the ability to complete the nursing courses for your associate degree in Nursing in as few as 18 months part-time.* After you pass the National Council Licensure Exam (NCLEX) and are licensed as an RN, you may continue on to complete your bachelor’s degree in Nursing at Goodwin. Attend an RN info session to learn more about our nursing program.
* Additional time is required to complete prerequisite courses.
As a Registered Nurse you can advance in the health care field by enrolling in Goodwin College’s RN-To-BSN Degree program. The RN-To-BSN curriculum can be completed part-time in 16 months, or may be designed to meet individual students’ needs. For added flexibility, classes for your bachelor’s degree in Nursing are offered completely online or in a hybrid format allowing you to complete your degree while working and managing life’s other responsibilities.
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Goodwin College is accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC). The Associate in Science degree in Nursing was granted continuing accreditation by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The next evaluation visit is scheduled for Fall 2018. For more information contact Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, 3343 Peachtree Road, N.E., STE 850, Atlanta, Georgia 30326, www.acenursing.org, (404) 975-5020.
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