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Why earn an advanced practice nursing degree?
The modern health care marketplace is highly complex. The nation’s aging population, changing health care regulations and growing shortage of primary care providers have heightened demand for qualified nurses across the country. What does this mean for you? It means there’s never been a better time to earn an advanced nursing degree.
With a focus as a Family Nurse Practitioner or in Leadership, you can do far more than position yourself for career advancement and financial growth. You can put your passion to work in new and highly impactful ways. You can make a difference in the lives of individuals, families and communities. You can help transform the way health care is delivered across the country. Whether you want to set hospital policy, improve the quality of patient care or manage teams of nurses, earning an online nursing degree from Bradley University can equip you with the skills to succeed.Learn How
Why choose Bradley for your online nursing degree?
At Bradley, we understand that your role as a nurse is more complex and demanding than ever before. That’s why we’ve designed our suite of online nursing programs to offer a convenient and supportive way for you to advance your expertise on your schedule, not ours.
Each one of our online nursing programs is structured to impart the essential knowledge and practical skills that are important for success in a broad spectrum of clinical and non-clinical settings such as hospitals, physician offices, nursing care facilities, corporations and schools.
As an online nursing student, you can enjoy an innovative learning environment that is highly immersive and extremely collaborative. You can join a rich culture of collaboration, support and shared values — one that will challenge you to grow personally and professionally.
For more than 60 years, Bradley University has been setting the standard for excellence in nursing education. Our graduates work as advanced practice nurses and leaders in clinical and non-clinical settings across the country. They’re transforming the way health care is delivered in the 21st century — and so can you.