What Can You Do With A Major In Nursing?
Registered nurses work to promote health, prevent diseases and help patients cope with illness. Registered nurses, regardless of specialty or work setting, treat patients, educate patients and the public about various medical conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients’ family members. RNs record patients’ medical histories and symptoms help perform diagnostic tests and analyze results, operate medical machinery, administer treatment and medications, and help with patient follow-up and rehabilitation. RNs may also teach patients and their families how to manage their illness or injury, explaining post-treatment home care needs; diet, nutrition, and exercise programs; and self-administration of medication and physical therapy.
Nurses must graduate from a nursing program to obtain licensure. To gain promotion, it would be advisable to pursue a master's degree in Nursing. Nursing is the largest health profession in the nation.
Prelicensure - This track is for first-time nursing students (college juniors and above) who want to prepare for a career in nursing while earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Upon graduation from the program, students will sit for the NCLEX licensing exam for RNs. Furthermore, the curriculum also provides a strong foundation for graduate study in nursing. The nursing program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Florida Board of Nursing.
Prelicensure Accelerated- This track is for those already holding a baccalaureate degree in another field of study who want to prepare for a career in nursing while earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The Accelerated Prelicensure track is concentrated and can be completed in 3 ½ consecutive semesters of full-time study, beginning with the summer term. Upon graduation from the program, students will sit for the NCLEX licensing exam for RNs. This track is not designed for those who will not possess a baccalaureate degree before entering. The nursing program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Florida Board of Nursing.
RN-BSN Bridge- This track is for those who are already Registered Nurses (RNs) from community college or diploma programs and who desire to further their nursing education and expand their career opportunities by completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program is offered in a RN-designated, full-time enrollment cohort twice per year (spring and summer) that allows RNs to complete the program in three (3) semesters. The nursing program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Florida Board of Nursing.
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics the median annual salary for registered nurses is $66,640. According to Payscale.com the average pay for a Registered Nurse is $55,787 annually.
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Professional Associations are important to explore because many offer student memberships and can give you access to other professionals and their experiences, research, convention or workshop opportunities, professional development and most importantly job databases.
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· Guide to Advanced Practice Registered Nursing - Our flagship guide features detailed articles on
the ten core APRN specialties, including family nursing, certified nurse
midwifery, psychiatric mental health nursing, pediatric primary care, and
pediatric acute care. The guide includes insights from over 40 exclusive
interviews with practicing APRNs across several medical fields and work
settings. (Here is a link to one of the pages inside the guide: Guide to Advanced Practice
The Graduate Nursing Student’s Guide to Clinical Placements – We
interviewed APRNs and long-time preceptors to create this ultimate guide to
nursing clinical placements, which features advice for students on how to find
and secure a placement and how to build the necessary knowledge and skills to
succeed during their practicums and as APRNs post-graduation.
The Complete Guide to MSN Programs -
Our guide to MSN programs is the most comprehensive guide of its kind available
on the Internet. It offers a detailed breakdown of every clinical and
administrative specialty available at the MSN level, as well as the different
paths students can take to obtain an MSN. The guide is over 15 pages long.
The Complete Guide to DNP Programs -
Our comprehensive guide to DNP programs is the only guide of its kind on the
web for its depth of detail and research. We highlight BSN to DNP, MSN to DNP,
and RN to DNP programs, as well as the different options students have to
pursue each path. This guide is also over 15 pages long.
Navigating the Transition from RN to APRN: A Featured Guide
for Graduate Nursing Students - This unique article focuses
on the essential skills that RNs must develop during their graduate nursing
education. It provides advice on how students can make the most of their
clinical internships, and features exclusive insights from APRNs and veteran preceptors
across different fields of advanced practice nursing.
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Other resources for graduate program researchhttp://www.gradschools.com/http://www.petersons.com/http://www.princetonreview.com/ Masters In Nursing Programs: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/programs/masters-in-nursing - Listing of 2100+ accredited Masters programsSecond Degree Nursing Programs: http://www.bestnursingdegree.com/programs/become-a-nurse-Accelerated nursing programs
http://nursinglicensemap.com-- State by State buide to nursing licensure
http://nursingdegreeguide.com/psych- for psychology majors interested in nursing as a career option
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