Nursing students from Coast to Coast have discovered the great nursing program at Western Governors University. It’s quickly becoming one of the most respected nursing programs in the country, and with good reason.
Everything that WGU does is done the right way, with careful thought and planning. The same is true for the University’s nursing program, which WGU created by working with hospitals and other health care providers. Because the program was designed to train nurses for the specific needs of the industry, nurses who graduate from WGU can be certain they have the skills and knowledge that today’s workplace demands.
WGU’s nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. WGU’s undergraduate degree programs include B.S. Nursing (RN to BSN online), B.S. Nursing (Prelicensure) and B.S. Health Informatics (from the College of Information Technology).
To quote from WGU’s website . . .
“At WGU, you'll benefit from our unique competency-based approach to education. There are no traditional classrooms; no need to spend unnecessary time studying the concepts you already know. You can leverage your experience and prior education to complete your assessments quicker. You have a great deal of control over your education.”
Start Your Nursing Studies Sooner at WGU and Save Money Too
If you’d like to train at WGU to become a nurse, StraighterLine now offers several options that can save you time and money.
You can also opt to take individual courses that you’ll need to take in your future nursing program, like Anatomy & Physiology I. You can also look to take multiple courses that are guaranteed to transfer into WGU's nursing degree program.
Whether you opt to take multiple courses or an individual course, you can transfer the credits you earn directly to WGU and begin your online nursing program there. It’s the faster, more cost-effective way to launch your nursing career. Have questions? Call a StraighterLine enrollment counselor toll-free at (877)787-8375 to find out more.
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