Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Accelerated Career Entry (ACE) Program By Drexel University |Top Universities

Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Accelerated Career Entry (ACE)

Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Accelerated Career Entry (ACE)

  • QS World University Rankings
    651-700
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 11 months

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Drexel University offers the Accelerated Career Entry Option, a one-year intensive nursing program for students who already have bachelor’s or graduate degrees. The program is ideal for working adults or college graduates who want to change careers and earn a new degree in one year. This innovative program is geared to students who will benefit from intense education in nursing science rather than the traditional program, which takes three or four years. Like their counterparts in the traditional baccalaureate nursing program, graduates of the accelerated program emerge with a set of skills that will serve them well in their chosen profession. Our graduates: Utilize the growing compendium of knowledge and information sources from nursing and other disciplines to learn, teach, heal the sick, and conserve health. Contribute to the profession by sharing knowledge and skills with clients, peers, and other professionals in a variety of methods. Utilize multiple technologies that access and manage information to guide professional practice. Participate in culturally sensitive health promotion activities that contribute to the community’s health and wellness. Participate in ongoing educational activities related to personal growth, professional practice, and community service. Apply knowledge and skills appropriate to their selected areas of career clinical practice. Develop personal potential for leadership in a changing health care environment. Integrate ethical concepts and principles, The Code of Ethics for Nurses, and professional standards into practice within professional, academic, and community settings. Utilize critical-thinking skills to improve the health outcomes of patients, families, and communities across the continuum of care.