July 29, 2021

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University of Maryland Bachelor Science of Nursing
June 26, 2021

NEWS FROM OFFICE OF TRACEY FOWLER POSTED COURTESY OF WRIGHT ENTERPRISES SAN FRANCISCO~DALLAS COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT~~

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Why Earn Your RN to BSN Online?

Your nursing skills are needed now, which is why you seek an online RN to BSN program that can work with your existing schedule. At Maryville University, our online bachelor’s in nursing is designed to help active registered nurses develop their skills. You can access your courses 100% online and apply transfer credits to get on an accelerated track and complete your online RN to BSN program sooner.

Maryville is committed to a learning environment in which online courses are easy to access and fully supported. They’re also continually updated, based on healthcare employer feedback and relevant industry trends. It’s our way of ensuring you can develop the expertise needed to thrive in nursing today.

Completing your RN to BSN online can help you qualify for a wider range of jobs in nursing, with courses dedicated to enhancing your leadership skills and patient assessment abilities. For many nurses, that can lead to higher salaries and more advanced roles in management, education, and advocacy. It also lays the groundwork for graduate studies.


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