Since 2006, 95% of our BSN graduates have found jobs in the field, are continuing their education or are serving in the military.
The shortest wait times are in the morning. To be sure you will see
an advisor, please arrive at least one hour before closing. Limited
services may be available up to an hour before closing, depending on the
number of students waiting.
The Institute of Medicine recommends that by 2020, 80% of nurses should have a bachelor’s degree to meet the expanding health care needs of Americans. Job prospects are better for registered nurses with a bachelor’s degree. Overall, employment of registered nurses is expected to grow 26% through 2020, faster than average.
SPC's BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and
the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
An increasingly complex health care system requires better educated nurses. Getting your Bachelor of Science in Nursing from SPC gives you a solid foundation for advancing your career and improving your skills. Many employers now require nurses be adept in critical thinking, quality improvement, systems thinking and team leadership. If you are an R.N., our program delivers that and more in a flexible, online format.
Dr. Susan Baker, Dean
Important Notice to Current Baccalaureate Students: To view a list of the classes you need to take before you can graduate, login to MySPC and choose My Learning Plan. Contact your advisor with any questions.
APPROVED REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS WITH CATALOG YEAR
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