Posts filed under: "Nursing in Texas"

The Changing Role of Registered Nurses

Long before the 1870s when the first crop of nursing schools were founded in the United States, the act of providing nursing care had been a formal and informal vocation for thousands of years. The Civil War solidified the nation’s need for a national system of nursing education and standards of care; since then, the healthcare industry has modernized and diversified, and so has the profession of nursing. Since the days of musket rounds and battle cannons, nursing has evolved into an essential…

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What to Expect When You’re Getting into Concordia University Texas’ ABSN Track

Making the choice to pursue an Bachelor of Science in Nursing  is a sign that prospective nursing students are ready for a major change in their lives. So what should you expect from the admissions process? What is getting into a nursing school like? Depending on your previous educational experience, you may need to take some prerequisite science courses or general education courses. You will also need to fulfill some other basic such as the TEAS Exam and CP…

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The Top 5 Benefits of Having an ABSN Education from Concordia University Texas

When you decide to make the jump into healthcare as a nurse, you will be bombarded with educational options, from campuses across Texas and the United States. It may seem like an impossible task to try and narrow them all down, but the most important factors your need to pay attention to are the quality of education, accreditation, time to graduate, and how your degree will serve you in the workplace. You’ve already chosen to earn a BSN because you want as many employment options as you ca…

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Now Enrolling: Concordia Texas Accelerated BSN Track in Austin

If you’ve been waiting to start your dream of becoming a nurse, your future starts – NOW! Adopted from Concordia University Texas' successful Bachelor of Science in Nursing track, students will now be able to transfer their existing college credits and earn a BSN in as few as 16 months upon completion of prerequisites. How? With our new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing track! Our blended learning model combines online coursework with experienti…

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