Enhance your career and prepare to meet the latest changes in healthcare with the Penn State Nursing (RN to B.S.) Degree Program.
It is open only to nurses who have previously earned either an associate degree or a diploma in nursing.
Abington opened up new opportunities for Barbara and Ed Hall. Even with decades of nursing experience between them, it became clear during the last few years that their career options were limited without B.S. degrees. As Ed, who works in a cardiac care unit, said, "No bachelor's degree, no interview."
Although the couple were apprehensive about returning to the classroom, they now say their experience couldn't have gone more smoothly.
"The faculty and staff helped us adjust, and it was great being in classes with nurses who have a lot of different experiences," Barbara, a nurse in a step-down intensive care unit, said.
The School of Nursing's Bachelor of Science Degree is approved by the Pennsylvania State Board of Nursing and accredited by the following organizations
The Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
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The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
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