Programs of Study
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The faculty is concerned with assisting the student toward growth and advancement in the dynamic and rapidly changing field of health care. The baccalaureate program provides theoretical components based on the physical, behavioral and biological sciences accompanied by practical clinical application.
RN to BSN Program
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing – RN to BSN Program is designed for students seeking career advancement and professional growth. The program also prepares students for graduate education.
Courses are offered as in-class, hybrid (a mix of in-class and online learning) and online formats. Classroom meeting times vary, and classes may be offered in the evening and/or on weekends.
Students who receive their RN education through an ACEN-accredited program may be eligible for advanced standing in the RN to BSN program through transfer credit, college exam, or assessment of prior learning.
Master’s in Nursing
The Master’s of Science in Nursing programs at Endicott College are designed for students seeking career advancement and professional growth in the fields of nursing education, administration, global health or Family Nurse Practitioner.
• The program provides a strong foundation for doctoral study and the application of evidence-based research.
• Projects and practica are relevant to each student’s career goals.
• Collaborative learning takes place through forum discussions online and hybrid, blended courses.
• Faculty members act as facilitators, mentors, and colleagues.
• Tuition is affordable – no hidden fees.
Post Master’s Certificate
Within two distinct concentrations – Nursing Education or Nursing Administration–students also complete an internship in their areas of interest.
Fifth Year Master of Science Degree Program in Nursing
The 5th year program in nursing allows students graduating from Endicott College’s baccalaureate program in nursing to move into the Master’s degree program in nursing education or nursing administration. Upon application and meeting eligibility criteria, students take two graduate level courses in the senior year.