Minnesota Nursing Degree Programs

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The nursing students in Minnesota have varieties of options with different nursing programs, which can educate and train them for professional practice. They can attend degree courses for practical nurses, associate degrees, bachelors, graduate and post grad professional programs.

The more famous university of Minnesota is located at twin cities area of St. Paul and Minneapolis and offers nursing programs including BSN with an honors program option, an MSN, joint degrees and a PhD in nursing. Other prominent campus offering nursing degrees are Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota, Bethel University and Metropolitan State University. There are also many schools, technical institutes and community colleges offering online and campus nursing degrees.

Most of the nursing institutes and degree programs are approved by national and state approved US Nursing commissions such as National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission, Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education or Minnesota State Board of Nursing.

The weekend, evening and online curriculums has prompted many students to opt for different number of degree programs due to convenience of program attendance for working professionals.

Minnesota Nursing Degree (Online & Campus)

  • Practical Nursing Degree
  • LPN to RN Nursing (ASN)
  • LPN to RN Nursing (ASN)
  • RN to BSN Nursing
  • BSN to MSN Nursing
  • MSN Nursing Degree
  • Associates nursing
  • PhD in nursing
  • M.S. in Nursing (MSN) – BSN Track
  • M.S. in Nursing (MSN) – RN Track
  • Post-Masters Certificates in Nursing.
  • MS in Nursing Administration
  • MSN Bridge Program
  • Nursing (MSN – HCSM).
  • Clinical Nurse Leader.
  • Licensed Vocational Nurse to BS in Nursing
  • Registered Nursing – Associate.
  • Associate of Science – Nursing.
  • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing.
  • Doctorate of Nursing Practice.

To become an LPN or RN a nursing student will have to pass NCLEX-PN Exam (LPN) and NCLEX-RN Exam (RN)