Wright State University is making it easier for working nurses to earn their bachelor’s degree through the redesigned RN-to-BSN program.
The retooled program begins fall semester, combining online learning with individual support to help nurses earn their degree faster and with more flexibility.
The change will help meet the demand that more nurses with bachelor’s degrees be at the bedside, said Ann Stalter, program director.
“We’re doing all we can to get them prepared, and as rapidly as we can, because the demand is there,” she said. “There’s never been a greater demand in nursing. Because of that we’ve stepped up, reorganized and we’re ready.”
More colleges are changing their programs to offer an easier path to a bachelor’s degree.
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