The State of Ohio offers multiple opportunities to nursing students to avail nursing degrees from entry level to LPN, BSN, MSN, Masters and Ph.D., through numerous online and campus located at various towns and cities throughout Ohio.
All Nursing Degree Programs offered to students should have the accreditation from any one of the major State or National approved National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and Ohio State Board of Nursing, which regulates nursing programs to protect the public by regulating the practice of nursing.
It is also necessary that nursing aspirants should appear for an entrance tests such as Registered Nurse Entrance Exam, Nursing Entrance Test, Psychological Services Bureau, Critical Thinking Entrance Exam and Test of Essential Academic Skills to get admission to these degree programs.
If a nursing student wants to earn a BSN degree from Ohio University, then he/she should meet certain conditions, such as:
- BSN Nursing Course
- Ohio University general education
- Ohio University graduation Requirements
Ohio Nursing Degree programs (Campus and Online):
- RN to BSN
- RN to MSN
- Part-Time MSN
- BSN to PhD
Other programs include:
- Adult Acute Care Nursing Program, Psychology/Mental Health Nursing Program, Anthropology & Bioethics Nursing program, Community Health Nursing Public Health Nursing Program, Women’s Health Nursing Program, Adult Nursing program
- Anthropology & Bioethics Nursing program, Community Health Nursing Program, Family Nursing Program, Gerontological NP, Pediatric Nursing program, Medical – Surgical CNS, Neonatal Nursing Program, Nurse Anesthesia, Nurse Informatics, and Nurse Midwifery.
A nursing student can avail any of these programs for career advancement and continuing education for better career opportunities.