I have decided to get the nursing training as Cardiologist and for this reason i have searched in internet and found some very good Universities i think this may help you. The Universities are also providing online training. Please have a look at these:- 1. Kaplan University 2. West Coast University 3. Walden University 4. National American University
In RN 2 years required for associates degree and 4 years for bachelors science degree. I think for a better career you have to do the 4 years bachelors degree which can help you to build up a bright future in nursing.
Hello dear, You want to get a RN or Associate Degree!! Studies for an RN degree will include courses in Anatomy and Physiology, Behavioral Sciences, Chemistry, Epidemiology, Nursing Theory, Nutrition, Psychology and more. Prior to becoming a registered nurse, you would typically either go through a two-year associates program, earning an Associate nursing degree, or a four-year baccalaureate program earning a Bachelor’s nurse degree (BSN).
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