The Bachelor of Science with a major in Nursing is a degree completion program for the student who has a Registered Nurse License that is current and unrestricted.
The mission of the Endicott College School of Nursing is to prepare graduates to practice in a complex and ever-changing healthcare environment, while providing a solid base in liberal education. Curriculum integration of global health care issues and cultural concepts ensure that students can participate in society as educated, culturally competent, and socially responsible individuals who respect others and the environment and who are committed to protecting and promoting the well-being of those assigned to their care. Inherent in this mission is the goal that students remain life-long learners, committed to both personal and professional development.
Endicott College fosters the educational mobility of nurses. The nursing program prepares students for graduate education and provides opportunities for nurses to obtain a Bachelor degree with a major in Nursing. The College has articulation agreements with NLNAC-accredited Associate degree programs to facilitate the transition of graduates from those schools to Endicott Coll.ege.
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