Online Nursing Degree Guide is your online home to all things nursing. We have information on nursing degrees as well as licenses so you can prepare to become the type of nurse you want to become. Below, we list featured schools for nursing programs.
||Kaplan University — Bachelor's, and Master's Nursing Degrees. Kaplan's School of Nursing offers specializations for nurse administrators and nurse educators.
||Western Governors University — BS in Nursing (BSN), MS in Nursing (RN to MSN), MS in Nursing (BSN to MSN). Western Governors University offers a multitude of programs for nurses who possess a Registered Nurse license or currently have their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Their programs focus on Nursing Education and Leadership, preparing students for upper-level positions within a healthcare setting.
||Liberty University — RN to BSN Degree and MSN Degree. The Department of Nursing at Liberty prepares students for baccalaureate level nursing, putting strong emphasis on Christian ethical standards and viewing nursing as a ministry of caring.
|Georgetown University — M.S. in Nursing (Family Nurse Practitioner), M.S in Nursing (Nurse Midwifery), M.S. in Nursing (Nurse Educator). Georgetown offers a wide variety of graduate nursing degrees that are all accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
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