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RN to BSN degree offered for area nurses at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center - The Star Democrat - Easton, Maryland: Life

RN to BSN degree offered for area nurses at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center

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Posted: Tuesday, March 18, 2014 2:36 pm | Updated: 3:25 pm, Fri Mar 21, 2014.

WYE MILLS — Stevenson University now is offering its Bachelor of Science in nursing program to registered nurses at the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center, located on the Chesapeake College Wye Mills Campus. This is one of eight adult undergraduate degrees offered through Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies. Graduates of Chesapeake College and nurses who are employees of Shore Health System will be given a tuition discount for all classes in the program.

“We are proud of the partnership that we have established with Chesapeake College. We are excited to offer a tuition discount to its graduates who now have the option to continue their education through Stevenson University. Stevenson is committed to helping students reach their academic and career goals no matter where they are,” Joyce Becker, dean of the Stevenson University School of Graduate and Professional Studies, said.

Nurses who are interested in learning more about the program or who want to make application and register for classes are invited to attend an instant decision and information session from 2 to 6 p.m. May 28 in room HEC 110 in the Eastern Shore Higher Education Center. Anyone interested in the other programs may attend the session to speak to an admissions representative.

Stevenson’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies offers seven additional adult undergraduate degrees: business administration, business communication, business information systems, computer information systems, criminal justice, interdisciplinary studies and paralegal studies. The programs are designed for working adults, and many can be completed within 18 to 24 months depending on the number of credits a student has acquired before entering the program. Most of the undergraduate degree programs can be completed by taking courses that are scheduled in a mixed eight-week hybrid or online format, or in a traditional 16-week format.

For more information, contact Angela Scagliola Reynolds, director of recruitment and admissions, at 443-352-4414 or ascag

liola@stevenson.edu; visit stevenson.edu; or contact Deborah Urry, Eastern Shore Higher Education Center, at durry@chesa

peake.edu.

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