Registered Nurses who want to complete their bachelor's degree will find the Miller College RN to BSN program to be exactly what the future of health care is looking for. Designed by area professionals to meet the needs of the medical community, the RN/BSN program prepares graduates to assume additional responsibilities as care givers and increases marketability as hospitals and other health care organizations seek to enhance their profiles with the federal government and accrediting agencies.
Students will complete the Miller College Core requirements and the BSN program requirements, including a Student Electronic Portfolio. They will also complete one hour of service learning for every hour they are enrolled at Miller College through opportunities that become available in each academic year of attendance.
Flexibility of scheduling allows students to begin their studies in any semester and attend on either a full or part-time basis (as little as one day or evening per week). Students will receive a personal educational plan that identifies the courses they need to complete the BSN program so they know exactly where they stand throughout their time at Miller College. Many BSN graduates go on to complete their MSN and tell us they are more than well equipped for courses at the next level. Excellent instruction, personalized attention, a program designed for your needs = a prescription for success.
Miller College School of Nursing has recieved national nursing accrediation through the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). CCNE accrediation ensures the quality and integrity of baccalaureate and graduate degree nursing programs, identifying programs that engage in effective educational practices. The acrrediation is effective as of September 20, 2010 for a term of five years.
The Nurse Applicant program is a great opportunity for students on an RN waiting list at a Community College to spend their time, and money, wisely by working toward their BSN while they wait! The RN to BSN program at Miller College consists of 15 courses (45 credits). Of those 15 courses, students who are considered to be Nurse Applicants may take up to 9 courses towards their BSN. Once they have returned from their Community College of choice and possess an RN license, the Nurse Applicant student may pick up where they left off and finish the remaining 6 courses in the major of Nursing. What a great way to take courses that are meaningful in attaining an undergraduate degree in Nursing!
To fulfill the requirements of the Doctor of Nursing Practice Degree I need to conduct research to complete the final phase of my dissertation. The research is on the Nurse Applicant Program at Miller College. Please take a few moments to follow the link and complete the brief survey regarding the program.
Deb Buck MSN, RN
Miller College Nursing Faculty
(269) 660-8021, ext. 2927
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