Get a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and start a career in health care management.
You may already know about the national RN shortage, but did you know that the majority of RNs planning to retire between 2011 and 2020 are managers at health care organizations?
Thousands of nursing administrators, teachers, and managers retire each day—creating opportunities for greater career success.
The nursing workforce is changing dramatically; you need to prepare yourself now.
Changes in the nursing field have made a B.S. in Nursing imperative to your success as an RN. Read these articles from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
Students enjoy many benefits:
Classes are offered part-time on evenings and weekends at several convenient locations or online.
To view locations offering coursework toward the RN-BS degree, click here.
MORE information is available at www.chhs.niu.edu/nursing/rnbs.
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Combine your degree with a certificate in Homeland Security and enjoy professions integral to our safety and preparedness.
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