Nursing Degrees Are in High Demand

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Looking for a career in a growing industry? Want to have a great shot at finding employment after college? Look no further than a career in nursing. The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that the country is facing a critical shortage in nursing talent which will only intensify in the coming years. In order to meet this challenge, the country will have to increase the percentage of nurses in the workforce with baccalaureate degrees from 55% to 80% by 20301. What’s more, nursing offers a unique opportunity for personal and professional fulfillment through service to humankind.

With such a high demand across the nation, there has never been a better time to become a nurse. Earn your nursing degree online with the innovative online Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) completion program from Eastern New Mexico University. While the program does not award an RN license (a valid RN license is required for admission to this program), it does offer a liberal arts complement for the clinical certification.

The BSN degree is a holistic, liberal arts program designed to produce competent, ethical and forward thinking nurses ready for tomorrow’s health challenges. Focusing on the theoretical domains of person, health, environment and nursing, students will also be exposed to the philosophical and professional concepts of nursing. Upon completion, students will be ready to tackle managerial, policy and ethic roles in the field. For more information, including admission requirement, curriculum and program objective, visit the ENMU website.

As New Mexico’s largest regional comprehensive university, ENMU offers students more than 90 undergraduate, graduate and certificate options. The ENMU campuses present a diverse student body made up of individuals of all ages, backgrounds, interests and points of view. With affordable tuition and flexible course schedules, ENMU offers an education that fits your lifestyle and puts your career goals within reach. Visit the ENMU website to learn more about Eastern New Mexico University.

1aacn.nche.edu/media-relations/fact-sheets/nursing-shortage

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