Discover which nursing program is designed for you!
The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Concordia University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
The RN to BSN program helps nurses improve upon their foundational nursing skills and meet professional development needs of employers. Ideal applicants have an ADN and the desire to improve their standing in the field. With an accelerated schedule, the nursing credits alone can be completed in as little as four semesters.
The RN to MSN program provides nurses with advanced preparation for a leadership role in nursing. Potential students have an ADN and the drive to reach the upper echelons of nursing. Three areas of concentration — leadership, education and informatics — give students the ability to specialize in their field of choice.
The unique RN+ to MSN program is ideal for registered nurses who also have a separate bachelor’s degree in another discipline. With the extra education, students can complete their MSN at a more accelerated pace than other degrees. This program offers three concentration areas to help nurses specialize their career and enter more lucrative management-level roles.
The MSN program gives nurses with previous experience the advanced knowledge they need to move into leadership roles. This program is best suited for students with a BSN degree, and the desire to pursue new opportunities in their career. With concentrations in informatics, leadership and education, students have several options for future career growth.