New graduates celebrate with their families at their nursing commencement ceremony.
Accelerated BSN Programs in New Mexico
If you already have a bachelor degree in any area and you are ready to make a change in the direction that your career is going, take some time to look into accelerated BSN programs in New Mexico. In general, your degree needs to be from a college that is accredited. This is a wonderful way to excel in life and create a wonderful future for you. When you take the time to increase your knowledge and skill set, you are creating a career path that can be very successful and beneficial to you and your family.
With accelerated BSN programs in New Mexico, you can get your second degree within as little as twelve months. It is important to make sure that the school you are looking into is accredited and that they also offer a way for you to take the final nursing exam that will provide you with the proper licensing. Since the program is completed in a little less than a year, it is important that you complete the prerequisites before you begin the program. All schools vary but in general you will be required to complete statistics, anatomy, nutrition and even microbiology. Once those courses are out of the way, you can jump into the program and begin training on how to be a successful nurse.
Once you have completed the prerequisites for the accelerated BSN programs in New Mexico, you can then go through the process of applying and becoming accepted into the program. Most commonly, you will need to have at least a 2.5 GPA and be willing to take part in a face to face interview that will allow the staff of the BSN program to determine if you are a good candidate. It is a good idea to remember that this program is created to be fast paced and all of the information is crammed into only about a year instead of four years.
With the fast pace of the accelerated BSN programs in New Mexico you will learn how to work with patients and other medical professionals within clinics, private practices and hospitals. Especially in the New Mexico area you will learn how to work with Native Americans and the struggles that they face. Through hands on experiences and lectures you will be able to become educated in order to complete the final exam which will allow you to be a registered nurse.
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6301 Indian School Road, NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
Phone: (505) 841-8340
Fax: (505) 841-8347
New Mexico Nurses Association