Coming Fall of 2019
The U.S. will need to train more than 430,000 new nurses by 2026 to meet the rising need due to growing rates of chronic conditions and the aging baby boomers.*
Because of this shortage of highly qualified health care professionals, registered nurses who hold a bachelor's degree are in high demand. Health centers are beginning to hire RNs with the assumption (and oftentimes requirement) they go on to earn a bachelor's degree.
Whether you're a working RN ready to step into a bigger role and increase your earning potential or a newly licensed RN with an associate's degree wanting to stand out, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing at CMU is an online program designed just for you.
Earn your degree online while you continue your career. Cohorts with eight-week courses allow you to finish in as soon as two years.
What you need to know:
- This is a BSN completion program, meaning it is designed for students who are already licensed RNs with an associate's degree.
- Classes are set to begin in August 2019.
- Courses are offered online.
- Applications will be accepted soon.
*U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics Occupational Outlook