Vermont Nursing Degree Programs

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Like other States in US, Vermont is also facing nurse shortage due to increase in aging population with chronic population and large numbers of teenagers, who have been leaning toward risky behaviors of smoking and drinking. A student planning to enter nursing career, has prompt employment opportunity in this state.

There are few community colleges, university campus, tech-schools and community colleges offering online and campus based nursing degrees. Some of the major nursing schools and colleges includes: Norwich University, Castleton State College – Castleton, Norwich University – Northfield, the Southern Vermont College – Bennington, the University of Vermont – Burlington, Vermont Technical College – Randolph Center.

The nursing programs offered by different schools and colleges in Vermont,  should have accreditation through State or National approved National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission or Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education and Vermont State Board of Nursing.

Vermont Nursing Degree Programs

  • Associate Degree Nursing
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • LPN to AND
  • RN to BSN
  • Direct Entry MSN
  • Masters in Nursing
  • RN to BSN
  • LPN to AND
  • MSN: Advanced Practice Psychiatric-Mental Health Nursing, Adult Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, and Clinical Systems Management.

The student can also avail financial assistance such as state financial grants, scholarships, sponsorships, repayment loans and financial aids for advanced studies.

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, Test of Essential Academic Skills or college perquisite requirements to get admission to these degree programs.