Earning a bachelor’s degree in nursing is the biggest step towards becoming a Registered Nurse (RN). As hospitals and other healthcare organizations react to the Institute of Medicine's demand to boost the number of RNs with bachelor's degrees, a bachelor's degree is becoming the modern educational requirement for registered nurses.
"Classes in community health that I was fortunate to take with the help of Professional Nursing Degree, taught me about issues facing my neighborhood and made me realize how I might better assist the underprivileged people there."— Sarah Williams, B.S. Nursing grad
"To me, nothing is more important than finishing my Master's in Nursing. It wasn't always smooth sailing, but I'm grateful and happy to call myself a Night Owl since I always felt I had the support of my fellow students and faculty members in the program. This all was possible through professional nursing degree only. "— Jennifer Powell, B.S. Nursing grad,
I completed the RN to BSN program in 2022 with the help of Professional Nursing Degrees. 2 classes at a time for 18 months, while working full time. For me, it required doing something each evening and most of the weekend to get everything done. Now I'm going to apply for my MSN with them.— Malick Krubally, B.S. Nursing grad