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Why Choose MU Nursing?

Nationwide Shortage of RN's

Nursing is a field that is projected to grow at astounding rates over the next decade. National projections indicate a shortage of about 450,000 RNs by 2012. According to the North Carolina State Board of Nursing, the state of North Carolina is expected to have a shortage of nurses in excess of 32,000 by the year 2020.

The Methodist University Nursing Program will meet this challenge by preparing you for a rewarding career as a health care professional.

The BSN Advantage

Earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) immediately opens the gateway to an advanced degree in medicine as a physician (MD) or physician assistant (PA) and in nursing as a nurse practitioner (NP), nurse anesthetist (CRNA), nurse leader, or nurse educator. Recognition, merit based salary increases, clinical ladder progression, and promotions in most hospitals rely on the completion of a BSN.

The Methodist University Advantage

  • We have outstanding Nursing faculty who are proven nurse educators.
  • We embrace students as part of a learning community.
  • We offer a broad foundation in the sciences and a liberal arts core.
  • We include NCLEX-RN predictive testing and a face-to-face review.
  • We strive to prepare you for your chosen nursing specialty career.
  • We offer exposure to nursing immersion experiences.
  • Students in the MU Nursing Program have the opportunity to consider athletics, Greek life, international and national cultural experiences, and professional nursing student organization membership (MU Nursing club, National Association of Nursing Students).
 

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