Nursing Accelerated Second Degree BSN
Nursing is a dynamic health care profession characterized by rapid and continuous change. In order for a nurse to maximize upon potential career opportunities as well as have the educational foundation for career advancement, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is needed.
Demand for professional registered nurses is escalating with positions available across the health care spectrum, e.g. in hospitals, birthing centers, long-term care facilities, community health centers, and home care. The Oakland University School of Nursing Undergraduate Program Accelerated Second Degree BSN track provides students with a diverse range of clinical experiences throughout Southeastern Michigan, and is designed to develop nurses who are able to critically think, use evidence to develop, implement, and evaluate patient-centered nursing care, and who are ready to advance in their professional nursing careers. This is a full time, accelerated, 16-month nursing program that admits students to start the nursing curriculum during one of the three academic semesters (Fall, Winter, or Summer).
My future career:
Some careers may require additional education. See your academic adviser for more information.
- Health Technologist
- Home Health Aide
- Licensed Practical Nurse
- Medical Assistant
- Nursing Assistant