Look no further than the University of Saint Joseph's Accelerated Second Bachelor's Degree in Nursing.
For complete details on the ASD program, please read the ASD Nursing information packet to find out about deadlines, cost, schedule, pre-requisite courses, and more. After reading the packet if you have any further questions you can email us at [email protected].
The ASD program is designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree in another field and are now looking to pursue a rewarding career in Nursing. A second bachelor's degree from the University of Saint Joseph's highly regarded Nursing program can help you achieve your goals.
Stay tuned for upcoming opportunities to visit campus for information sessions or contact the Office of Admissions at 860.231.5216 to speak with an admissions counselor and learn more about the ASD program.
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