If you want to become a nurse, but are hesitant to commit to more years in college, rest assured that nursing schools have heard the call. Today, non-nurses with a bachelor’s degree have the option to pursue a second degree … Continue reading 5 Reasons to Pursue a Second Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing
It is never too late to become a nurse. If you desire a second shot at your career, and truly wish to make an impact in people’s lives, rest assured that a nursing career is within your reach – no … Continue reading The Ins and Outs of BA/BS to BSN Programs
Sometimes, life doesn’t always go as planned. Right now, you may have a four-year college degree in an awesome (but perhaps, somewhat uninteresting) field of study. And from that, you may even have a solid career underway. But something inside … Continue reading What is a Second Degree BSN?
Anyone working in nursing can tell you that the industry is both a rewarding and challenging one. Every day is different, but every day involves helping others in need. Nursing is also a career that is in high demand. According … Continue reading 4 Steps to Becoming a Nurse in Connecticut
While not always a requirement, the bachelor’s degree is becoming a standard in the nursing field. Nearly 80 percent of healthcare employers today express a strong preference for hiring nurses with a Bachelor’s of Nursing (BSN) in hand. If you … Continue reading How to Get a BSN: A Guide for Both Non-Nurses and Already-Working RNs
If you’ve ever watched “Grey’s Anatomy” or “New Amsterdam” and thought you could see yourself working in the healthcare industry, a career as a nurse may be your calling. It takes a special kind of person to fill the role … Continue reading The Advantage of Accelerated BSN Programs for Non-Nurses
With more and more nurses earning a bachelor’s degree, joining a BSN program can be a great way to stay ahead of the curve in the job market in CT and around the country. But the thought of taking the … Continue reading What You Learn in an Accelerated BSN Program in CT