WESTFIELD, Mass.— Westfield State University will host a virtual information session for the RN-to-BSN program at 11 a.m., Sept. 24 via Zoom.
The Registered Nurse (RN)-to-Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program is designed for licensed registered nurses who already have an associate degree in nursing (ADN) and wish to further their education. A four-year degree in nursing is more and more becoming a requirement in the field.
This program has collaboration agreements with local community colleges and is offered through an accessible hybrid format, with most courses taking place online and occasional evening courses on campus. An orientation is offered at the start of the program to acclimate students to the online learning and campus environments. The consistent and flexible schedule allows students to plan their program of study around work and family obligations. Eligible students may transfer up to 90 credits toward their degree and are required to complete 30 credits. Students may opt to attend part-time or full-time. Full-time students can expect to finish the program in as soon as one year.
“The RN-to-BSN Program at Westfield State University recognizes registered nurses as adult learners and active professionals,” said Program Director Jessica Holden, DNP, MSN, RN-BC. “We seek to provide an experience that will help earn a degree while meeting personal learning preferences. Ours is a student-friendly program that is flexible and respectful of the unique skills and talent each student brings to the program. We encourage and expect our learners to be self-directed and actively involved in learning.”
The Westfield State University Department of Nursing holds approval from the Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing.
Information session attendees will have the opportunity to speak with the program director and outreach specialists. To RSVP, visit www.GoBackNow.com. For more information, call 413-572-8461 or email email@example.com.