The nursing (RN-BSN) program is designed for students who have earned an associate degree in nursing and want to advance their skills in leadership, care management and health promotion. The program’s curriculum is designed specifically for the local area, focusing on physical and psychosocial health needs and disparities within the region’s rural and tribal communities. The program accommodates working nurses with a flexible blend of online and in-person courses. Students will be required to meet on campus for a pre-semester orientation, plus two weekend intensives each semester. The remainder of the program will be online.
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