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of Science in Nursing
Online Bachelor of Science in Nursing for registered nurses
What options are available in the nursing program?
Jordan Bennett Nursing Graduate, ’12 “I chose Lander University because it was a school that allowed me to work and play at the same time. I also wanted a school that offered a challenging nursing curriculum and was close enough to home. I was involved on campus as a student worker in the Office of Admissions, a Presidential Ambassador, a Blue Key Honor Society member and a member of Lander University Student Nurses Association. I also traveled to Honduras with Volunteers in Medical Missions. While working toward my bachelor’s degree in nursing, I was able to keep up my certification as a Nationally Registered EMT-I with Greenwood County EMS. I loved the community and every aspect Lander had to offer.”
Lander’s nursing degree program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), indicating that the program has exceeded standards for quality in nursing education. Graduates of this program are eligible to take the national examination to become licensed as registered nurses. They find employment in a wide variety of nursing positions or continue in graduate work. Honors study is available to eligible nursing students. Lander also offers an online RN-BSN option available to licensed registered nurses desiring to complete their BSN degree. Nursing majors share experiences with fellow students through the Lander University Student Nurses Association, Lander University’s Medical Reserve Corps. and the Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing.
Where can I use my degree? Our graduates are successful in attaining entry-level positions in a variety of nursing settings, including county and regional hospitals, private and public clinics, and long-term care facilities. Some continue their education in graduate nursing programs at universities across the country.
Published on Aug 8, 2012