Online Nursing Degrees
Patient demands and advances in technology are driving the need for a nursing workforce that meets new education requirements for improved patient care and treatment services. Find your place in health care with advanced online nursing degrees from King University. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is quickly becoming the new standard for nurses in health care as facilities grow increasingly dependent on the skill and practice of nurses to keep pace with health care demands. Current nursing professionals can apply their nursing experience and previous education towards a BSN at King University. King University’s RN to BSN program is accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and is delivered completely online for maximum flexibility while maintaining the quality of our on-ground BSN program. BSN-prepared nurses can take their education to the next level with King University’s graduate level nursing programs. The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) is offered with two concentrations for focused career outcomes. King University’s MSN concentrations include the following:
- MSN Nurse Educator: Become a mentor to student nurses with a career in nursing education. King University’s MSN concentration prepares you to teach future nursing students earning an ASN, BSN or other nursing credentials. Most nurse educators come to the field with tremendous clinical experience and a passion for educating a new generation of nurses. Nurse educators work in academic settings with many choosing to continue working part-time in a capacity as a health care provider. A nurse educator may also work with patients and staff in an education and outreach capacity.
- MSN Administrator: Nurses seeking a managerial position in health care may pursue an administrator focused master’s degree. Nurse administrators are responsible for the overall nursing patient care within their unit, department or facility. Nurse administrators promote professional development opportunities for their teams in order to raise the level of patient care. Serving in an administrative function, these nursing professionals are also responsible for staff schedules, general supervision, budgets and more.