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Career Prospects

After you Graduate - What's next?

Graduates of the BSN program will be eligible to apply for post-baccalaureate certificates and Master of Science in Nursing programs. They will also be able to provide nursing care in a variety of health care settings, develop innovative nursing practices, advance nursing as a profession and serve as exemplary role models for excellence in global nursing practice.

Places Nurses Go

Nursing is a profession that can take you to a patient’s home, to your local hospital or around the world. Consider just a few options:

  • Trauma nurses work in ERs
  • Surgical nurses work in operating rooms
  • Flight nurses work on helicopters

You will find nurses working in homes in your community and in far-away nations as volunteers for international relief organizations. Nursing is a career of service that opens up a world of opportunities.

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