More than 1,700 registered nurses who had a hospital diploma or an associate degree have been able to earn a bachelor’s degree because of the Washington State University College of Nursing.
WSU’s degree-completion program for working nurses – the RN-BSN – was introduced 30 years ago.
On this anniversary year, the program has a revised curriculum that makes the WSU RN-BSN program even more convenient for working nurses, at the same time it responds to the needs of community partners.
Changes add flexibility
RN-BSN Program Director Vicki Denson said feedback was solicited from hospitals and clinics, current and former students and faculty in developing … » More …