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RN to BSN to MSN Upward Mobility Track
|Tuition||Credits for graduation||Time to Complete|
Academic Year 2018-2019
|TBD Based on Academic Review||3-7 years full-time|
Demand for advanced practice nurses is on the rise with an expected growth of 31% in the coming decade. If you are an associate degree or diploma nurse and wish to advance your career to meet this need, the Regis RN-to-BS-to-MS program is designed to prepare you for a greater role in nursing.
You will earn both a bachelor’s and a master's degree in nursing. Specialization tracks at the Master’s level include Nurse Practitioner, Nursing Leadership & Regulatory/Clinical Research Management and Nursing Leadership/Health Administration. This program also provides a foundation for doctoral study.
To earn the graduate from this program you must complete the core curriculum credits and major credits toward a bachelor’s degree in nursing. You may exit the program at this point or continue for a Master of Science in Nursing degree.
- Nursing Theory
- Evidence for Clinical Practice
- Advance Nursing Research
Clinical placements provide the opportunity to learn from professionals working in a clinical setting. Recent placements include Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Franciscan Hospital, Massachusetts General Hospital. Graduates of this program are currently working at Boston Medical Center, Newton Wellesley Hospital and South Shore Health Care.
Candidates for this program are associate degree or diploma nurses.
- Completed application form and all transcripts
- Statement of purpose; Resume; one letters of recommendation
- A minimum GPA of 3.0 is required
- Interview with the Program Director may be required
- A history of an unencumbered registered nurse license is required
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