Thomas Edison State University’s W. Cary Edwards School of Nursing will host a virtual information session highlighting its online nursing degree program that is designed for RNs who want an alternative to traditional, campus-based instruction.
The virtual session featuring the RN-BSN/MSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Master of Science in Nursing) will be held on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 10 a.m. to noon. Attendees will learn about the university’s nursing degree program, ask questions and speak with administrators, advisors and staff who will be available to discuss the ways that a nursing degree from TESU can help them change their lives.
The RN-BSN/MSN degree program is designed for RNs who want a quality education with the convenience and flexibility that an online program can offer, but with the added benefit of small classes and the assistance of their own advisor, a master’s-prepared RN, who is dedicated to their successful completion of the program. Schedules are self-paced. The RN/BSN program can be completed in as little as nine months or classes can be spaced out over several years. It also includes four graduate courses that can be applied to the MSN degree. The information session will also review how students who are ready to complete their associate or diploma program can enroll in the provisional RN-BSN program while awaiting their NCLEX/RN results.