Careers and Transitions: A Need for Nurses
Military Advanced Education
December 2014 Issue
By Jaime Fettrow-Alderfer
“Once nurses complete their military service, the skills they have acquired can be excellent assets, both in seeking employment and in their nursing practice,” said Elaine Keavney, director of the AMU RN to BSN program.
The AMU RN to BSN (Bachelor of Science in nursing) program is a degree progression program. Prior to admission, students must have earned an associate degree or diploma in nursing and have an active, registered nursing license in their state. A baccalaureate degree in nursing is conferred upon completion of the program.
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