Your passion lies in caring for others. As a nurse, you can help improve patient lives. Nova Southeastern University’s Entry B.S. in Nursing program offers you the opportunity to advance the science of health care and the art of compassion, while giving you an edge in starting your nursing career.
Or, are you ready to make the switch and dive into a nursing career that allows you to deliver compassionate, patient-centered care? If you already have a bachelor’s degree, then Nova Southeastern University’s accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is designed for you. This fast-track nursing program offers you the value of graduating with a B.S.N. in just four semesters, so you can start making an impact even sooner.
At NSU, you’ll learn from expert faculty with years of experience working in a variety of health care settings. You’ll also be exposed to advanced patient-care technology including high-tech simulations that allow you to develop your skills with confidence. That’s in addition to your clinical hours, where you’ll gain hands-on experience working directly with diverse patient populations. NSU is known for graduating extraordinary nurses. With the NSU Edge, you can be among them.
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