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RN to MSN Programs in North Carolina
Specialization is a very important consideration in all RN to MSN Programs in North Carolina. The state offers a range of programs from which to select. The problem may be selecting from the wide number of options. We can help you with that problem. But, first, what area of specialization do you want to consider? Do you want to enter nursing administration? Do you want to become a nurse educator? Some people consider those options and many others at this point. Making that choice is the first step towards deciding on the program that is right for you.
The institutions of higher learning in the Tar Heel state offers RNs a number of programs to consider. Each program offers an area of specialization. These areas provide the nurses with the chance to advance into an area of interest. It also gives them a clear career path into the next few years. The areas of specialization available through RN to MSN Programs in North Carolina include, but are not limited to, clinical nurse leader, health systems management, children's health, nursing education, women's health, school nursing, critical care nursing, clinical research management, neonatal nursing, nurse anesthesia, and nursing informatics.
The options available through RN to MSN Programs in North Carolina offer RNs great choices. But, each program offers its own blend of classes and clinical requirements. A student in nurse midwifery would take classes in reproductive physiology, clinical pharmacology, midwifery management, antepartum care, intrapartum care, postpartum care, and health assessment. Those interested in neonatal nursing can take classes on advanced neonatal nursing, advanced health assessment of neonatal patients, and clinical pharmacology for neonatal patients. All of the areas of specialization require students to complete between 500 and 600 hours of clinical work under the supervision of qualified instructors.
So, which action should you take in order to find the best RN to MSN Programs in North Carolina? You could call each school and request information. You might think that you could use the internet. All of that would take time. And do you really have the time it takes to get all that information? Let us do it for you. We can take a bit of information and start getting information on the right schools sent to you. That will allow you to concentrate on reviewing the information instead of worrying about which school you might have missed. Use our services to make your decision easier to make.
On-Campus & Online RN to MSN Schools
Other NC Schools with RN to MSN Programs
Durham, North Carolina 27708
East Carolina University
East Fifth Street
Greenville, North Carolina 27858
Presbyterian Healthcare System
200 Hawthorne Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28204
University of North Carolina
250 E Franklin St.
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
University of North Carolina
9201 University City Blvd.
Charlotte, North Carolina 28223
University of North Carolina Wilmington
601 S. College Road
Wilmington, North Carolina 28403
Western Carolina University
1 University Drive
Cullowhee, North Carolina 28723