Many healthcare organizations are recognizing the advantage of having more bachelors, masters and DNP-prepared professional nurses. Research clearly indicates patients cared for by professional nurses with advanced degrees have a higher incidence of positive healthcare outcomes.
RN Options provides professional nurses an opportunity to enhance their knowledge and skills at a school of nursing with an international reputation for excellence. Not only does this curriculum builds upon a professional nurse’s strengths and experiences. it expands knowledge and practice skills to provide potential career-changing opportunities.
The RN Options track and curriculum are designed for:
- Registered nurses with either an ACEN (NLN), ACICS, or CCNE accredited diploma or associate degree
- Registered nurses without a BSN who want to enter the master's program via the RN Options track, and gain early admission to MSN or DNP programs
Nursing leaders who are experts in their field teach the courses. Faculty serve as educators, role models and mentors.
RN Options Curriculum (subject to change)
- Curriculum 2151 (effective fall of 2015)