PHILIPPI, W.Va.– Alderson Broaddus University’s Department of Nursing has been featured in the BestColleges.com online publication of the Best Online Colleges in West Virginia for 2016.
As distance learning enrollments continue to rise, quality programs such as this give students a flexible and affordable option for earning their degree.
“This award is indicative of ABU’s commitment to serving the needs of our students by offering high-quality, affordable, and flexible programs,” Associate Provost Andrea Bucklew said, “We hope the success of the RN-BSN program can serve as a model as we work to expand our distance education offerings into other disciplines.”
Alderson Broaddus Online is ideal for students pursuing nursing degrees. The program is highly ranked and can be completed in approximately 18 months of full-time study. Individual courses are taught in eight-week blocks, credit may be given for life and work experience, and there is no hospital clinical rotation required.
“Alderson Broaddus University School of Nursing developed the Online RN to BSN Degree program to meet the needs of registered nurses who have an Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing,” said Professor of Nursing Brenda Mason. “If you are interested in obtaining a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing without sacrificing work and family responsibilities, this program is for you. Our innovative format will allow you to earn your bachelor’s degree in a way that fits your schedule, classes are set up in an asynchronous format so you can participate in your courses morning or night.”
Each student is assigned a student support liaison to ensure their individual success. Classes begin in January and July and can be tailored to fit any schedule.