How to switch to a nursing career in just four semesters
June 12, 2019
A nursing career provides personal fulfillment while assisting in the health care of people in your community. If you’ve considered exploring a career as a nurse, now is the time to act. Transitioning a non-medical bachelor degree to nursing may seem like a challenge, however, the University of Sioux Falls’ Accelerated Nursing Program can help you reach your goal and graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in just four semesters.
Nurses are in demand nationwide
From hospitals and doctors offices, to home healthcare and nursing homes, nurses have a wide choice of environments to work in. The demand is growing greater every day creating new opportunities and possibilities.
The highest level of practical training
The USF nursing programs are highly respected and graduates are in high demand. In fact, for the second straight year, the South Dakota Board of Nursing has ranked the USF School of Nursing NCLEX pass rate as number one among all nursing programs within the state. Click here to read more about USF’s SD Board of Nursing ranking.
Serious support with proven teaching methods
Extensive clinical experience, the most advanced simulation technology and experienced educators who work closely with you every step of the way will give you the knowledge, experience and confidence to make a difference in the lives of so many. You’ll also benefit from USF’s commitment to providing Christian fellowship, support and respect in everything we do.
The time to register is now
Applications for the USF Continuing Education Accelerated Nursing Program are being accepted now through July 15, 2019, and classes begin January 2020. Since this program only accepts students once a year, you won’t want to miss this life-changing opportunity to earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Click here now to learn more and apply.