Notre Dame College
RN to BSN
Online RN to BSN
The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) online degree at Notre Dame College (NDC) is a great educational opportunity for registered nurses who have a Diploma in Nursing or an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) and want to earn their BSN.
The online BSN program accommodates nursing professionals who work on a rotating schedule and cannot attend courses on campus. Additionally, the BSN degree is one of the few programs in the country to be delivered ENTIRELY ONLINE. No clinical or practicum hours required.The nursing degree is based on a core body of knowledge that includes both the science and art of the nursing discipline. The liberal arts approach to education at NDC serves as a foundation for broader professional development, providing a framework for the ability to solve complex problems and address the health needs of our society.
Nursing professionals may practice in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, schools, public health institutions and other community organizations. They seek to protect, promote and optimize individuals’ health and well being, prevent illness and injury, and alleviate suffering through proper diagnosis and treatment. They also strive to become effective advocates of care for individuals, families, communities and populations.
Professional nurses who earn a BSN degree can build their career in various areas of nursing and other related fields. Careers include:
- Primary care nurse manager
- Nursing staff development director
- Nurse case manager
- General registered nurse
- Clinical nursing manager
- Clinical audit manager
- Hospice care program administrator
- Nurse manager
- Nursing director
- Behavioral health program manager
RN to BSN students enrolled at Notre Dame College can start their bachelor’s program in the fall or spring semester. NDC accepts applications on a rolling basis. You can enroll part-time (fewer than four courses per term) or full-time (four courses or more) based on your professional and personal schedule.
Depending on your previously earned college credits and course load per term, you could complete the degree in as little as 16-18 months.
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