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RN to BSN
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Nursing Career with A Return on Investment
EARN BACHELOR’S DEGREE
IN NURSING AS LITTLE AS 28 UNITS
IN A YEAR
The Shepherd University RN to BSN program is designed for working nurses who want to earn bachelor’s degree in nursing. Students have the option of entering in the spring, summer, or fall. Students can complete Bachelor’s degree in 12 months which is the shortest bachelor program. As a BSN prepared nurse, you will have higher salary, job security, and professional opportunities. After graduation, international students are eligible for legal employment through Optional Practical Training (OPT). Graduates are eligible to apply for Public Health Nurse Certificate (PHN).
AFFORDABLE TUITION AND
|EVENING CLASS TWICE A WEEK|
Are you looking for traditional program where you can spend time in the classroom with faculty and other students while remaining your current full-time job? Then, Shepherd University is the right place. We offer classes on Tuesday and/or Thursday evening.
Our degree program is approved by the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).
REASONS TO STUDY NURSING FOR
YOUR FUTURE CAREER!
According to an article from the U.S. NEWS & World Report, “The 100 Best jobs of 2013” By JADA A. GRAVES, Registered Nursing is No.2 on the top 100.
|National Average Wage (May 2012)||$32.66 hourly, $67,930 annual|
|California Average Wage (May 2012)||$45.25 hourly, $94,120 annual|
|Employment (May 2012)||2,633,980|
|Projected Top Industries (2010-2020)||Health Care and Social Assistance|
Data Resource: Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics
According to Bureau of Labor Statistics, Registered Nurses are the occupation with the largest projected job growth in the U.S., 2008-2018
|United States||Employment||Percent Change||Projected Job Openings|
|REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION|
Students must have an active California R.N. license and 2.0 or better GPA on a 4.0 scale.
The following requirements are needed prior to enrollment:
For more details, please contact RN-BSN office.
OTHER NURSING PROGRAMS
• Generic RN
• LVN to RN Bridge
For more information about our nursing programs, please contact us at the Office of Admission.
We are happy to provide the information you need.
3200 N. San Fernando Rd., Los Angeles, CA 90065
323.550.8888 ext.8326 / www.shepherduniversity.edu
For admission information, contact e-mail : email@example.com
Instructor of Nursing:
"What we do as nurses have significance and matters, not just to patients but to the health system and society in terms of cost and quality of life. Teaching future nurses, advance practice nurses, and/or nurse scientists is not only challenging but also worthwhile. I look forward to being able to shape nursing practice through my students in supporting their intellectual growth, inspiring them to think critically and gaining new perspectives in their clinical practice and scholarly work."