By University of Antelope Valley
Many people who begin their careers in the healthcare industry by becoming a registered nurse do so because of their passion to help others. As these RNs gain experience, they soon see other ways to serve in the nursing field that could help advance their careers.
The University of Antelope Valley realizes that education is essential for those who aspire to either enter the healthcare industry or to further their already-existing careers. As the industry continues to evolve, the need for nurses with a higher degree of education will continue to expand.
The Bachelor in nursing program is for current Registered Nurses and is designed to enable them to become successful leaders, managers, and deliverers of care to patients in health care environments.
The RN to BSN program at the University of Antelope Valley teaches theory and practice, along with leadership training, with classes specifically focused on change and conflict management, as well as legal and ethical concepts in nursing.
Instruction takes place online, allowing students to continue to work while furthering their education. Lecture, discussion, research, case studies, collaborative learning activities, writing assignments, oral presentations, and demonstrations, are utilized as part of the instructional design of the program.
As an added bonus, the University of Antelope Valley is offering RNs currently working in the Antelope Valley a $5,000 scholarship. It’s part of the university’s commitment to providing the most qualified healthcare professionals in our community.
The purpose of the advanced standing program is to give formal educational credit for knowledge and ability gained through previous training or experience.
To receive Advanced Placement in the program, students must have completed a Nursing program at the AOS, AAS, or AS level, and have earned the RN credential, which must be in good standing.
For more information on how you can have an exciting career in the healthcare industry, or more specifically, the University of Antelope Valley’s RN to BSN program, visit www.uav.edu.
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