For the first time ever, Dominican College will be offering a new program for working nurses that allows them to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree online.
Barbara Polowczyk, FNP-BC, RN-BSN Coordinator said the new RN to BSN program will begin in fall 2019 and is 100 percent online. “This will allow the working RN to do their courses at home and at their own pace to get their bachelor’s degree,” she said.
Polowczyk said the 18-month program will be taught by the same instructors who teach in the classroom. The online students receive all the benefits of a real campus, including career counseling, tutoring, advisement, and access to the library.
In December 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed a law commonly referred to as the “BSN in 10 Law.” It requires new nurses to earn a bachelor’s degree within 10 years of initial licensure.
For more information about the new online RN to BSN program, visit https://try.dc.edu/online-rn-to-bsn/
February 11, 2019
Dominican College is pleased to announce the Advanced Certificate in Health Care Management. This program provides graduate level classes for healthcare professionals and qualified managers who wish to enhance their knowledge of the complex and rapidly shifting health care sector. In a combined evening and online format designed specifically for working adults, students can quickly enter or advance a career in health care management.
The 15 credit Advanced Certificate can be completed in as few as 10 months and will focus on building the knowledge and skills that will have an immediate impact on work performance. Upon completion of the health care credits, participants may seamlessly transition to Dominican College’s MBA program with a Health Care Management concentration, which can be can be completed in as little as 24 months.
In keeping with Dominican College’s focus on small classes and one-on-one relationships, the on campus components provide students with personalized attention and interaction while the online components allow students to work at their own pace, on their own schedule. The College maintains a strong connection to the health care community through its allied health programs, enabling students to interact with noted professionals. Building on the importance of relationship, the director of the program serves as the academic advisor to all enrolled and prospective students.
For additional information about the program or to begin an application please visit dc.edu/MBA, call (845) 848-7908, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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March 18, 2014