Accelerated BS in 护理 for Career Changers
Are you a college graduate looking to make a change? Want a career that provides personal satisfaction with a steady paycheck? Consider an Accelerated BS in 护理 from Dominican University.
Complete your degree in as few as 12 months with the ABSN option and move to a more advanced level of employment.
The WABSN offers weekend classes that allow you to continue working full time in your current position. 24个月完成.
Learn from expert nurses who have years of experience in nursing education and a commitment to your success.
Dominican University has decades of experience preparing undergraduate and graduate nursing students to excel in school and beyond.
Dr. Nancy DiDona has over 40 years of experience as a Registered Professional Nurse and 27 years as a nurse educator. She has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses, and has been the Division Director since 2010. Dr. DiDona is certified by NCC as a Maternal/Newborn Nurse, and presently teaches Family Health 护理 and 护理 Mathematics. She is the author of three textbooks and has completed writing the second edition of her Strategies and Skills for Test Taking as an online book. Dr. DiDona has given presentations on topics such as “How to Navigate an IRB” and “The Future of 护理 Education.”
Weekday Accelerated (ABSN) Option Coordinator
Catherine O’Sullivan MSN, AN, RN-BC
- M.Ed., Teachers College, Columbia University
- Ed.D, Teachers College, Columbia University
- Board Certified in Medical-Surgical 护理
Weekend Accelerated (WABSN) Option Interim Coordinator
Barbara Polowczyk, Instructor, Division of 护理, RN-BSN Coordinator
- MSN Clinical Nurse Specialist: Pace University
- Certificate Advanced Graduation Study: Family Nurse Practitioner: Pace University
访问 our Hudson Valley Campus and learn more about the Accelerated and Weekend Accelerated BSN programs. Info Sessions are scheduled nearly every month and are a great opportunity to meet nursing faculty and to get your questions answered.
My experience at Dominican has helped me to advance from staff nurse, 护士和临床医生, and now having finished my Masters, to the role of clinical nurse specialist.
The educational foundation that was provided to me opened various doors for leadership roles and that of a nurse educator at Dominican University.
Christine Shanahan-Davies, '03
One of the greatest lessons I learned during my time at Dominican University was that true fulfillment lies in the revelation of knowing what it is you've been called to do and then doing it.
Dominican University has given me the opportunity to inspire compassion in nursing students as they prepare to meet the future challenges of our healthcare system.