The University of Toledo College of Nursing, in cooperation with Bowling Green State University Firelands College, will host an open forum for registered nurses Tuesday, Oct. 16, from 2 to 5 p.m. in Cedar Point Center Conference Room 1004 at BGSU Firelands in Huron.
Prospective students are welcome to stop by to meet with nursing representatives from the UT College of Nursing and BGSU Firelands.
The open forum is for registered nurses interested in pursuing the bachelor of science in nursing degree and RNs with bachelor’s degrees interested in achieving master of science in nursing degrees with majors in advanced practice, education or clinical nurse leader.
UT offers a new post-baccalaureate to Doctor of Nursing Program (bachelor of science in nursing to doctor of science in nursing) with majors in family nurse practitioner and pediatric nurse practitioner.
Graduate certificates are offered for RNs with master of science degrees in nursing. A person with a bachelor’s degree who is not a nurse and wants to become an RN is invited to explore the Master of Science Graduate Entry Clinical Nurse Leader Program. A Post-Master’s to Doctor of Nursing Practice Program also is offered jointly with Wright State University.
Undergraduate courses in the nursing major are offered online with a variety of learning experiences. Nursing advisers are available on the UT Health Science Campus and BGSU Firelands in Huron.
The baccalaureate program is offered as a consortium with UT and BGSU. All of the master of science in nursing courses are offered at the UT Health Science Campus, with an online option for some core courses. The bachelor of science degree in nursing to doctor of nursing program is offered as a combination of classroom and online courses. The master of science in nursing to doctor of nursing program utilizes distance-learning technology.
For more information about the open forum for registered nurses and nursing programs, contact the UT College of Nursing at 419.383.5810 or email@example.com, or the BGSU Firelands Nursing Office at 800.322.4787 or 419.433.5560, ext. 20668.