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University of Delaware

The University of Delaware has grown from its founding as a small private academy in 1743 to a major university. As one of the oldest land-grant institutions, as well as a sea-grant, space-grant and urban-grant institution, Delaware offers an impressive collection of educational resources. Undergraduates may choose to major in any one or more of over 100 academic majors. The University’s distinguished faculty includes internationally known scientists, authors and teachers, who are committed to continuing the University of Delaware’s tradition in providing one of the highest quality undergraduate educations available.

Since 1921, the University has been accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Professional accreditation also is held in Accounting, Agricultural Engineering/ Engineering Technology, Athletic Training, Business Administration, Chemistry, Clinical Psychology, Dietetics, Education, Engineering, Family and Community Services, Medical Technology, Music, Physical Therapy, Public Administration and Nursing.

Baccalaureate for the Registered Nurse (BRN) – Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

The Baccalaureate for the Registered Nurse (BRN) major is an innovative program that enables registered nurses who prefer a non-traditional educational approach to complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The program is designed to build on basic nursing knowledge, enhancing nursing practice in an increasingly complex society. The University of Delaware’s BRN major is offered in a distance learning format to maximize educational opportunities for registered nurses. Students may join the program either through participating worksites, including community colleges, or as individuals.

Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Delivery Format: Online and CD-ROM
Educational Level: Bachelor
Language: English
Requirements: Must be an RN or presently in school for RN degree

Master of Science in Nursing for RNs (RN to MSN)

The Master of Science in Nursing for RNs is an innovative program that enables registered nurses who prefer a non-traditional educational approach to complete a Master of Science in Nursing degree. The program is designed to build on basic nursing knowledge, enhancing nursing practice in an increasingly complex society. Students may join the program either through participating worksites, including community colleges, or as individuals. Students in the RN to MSN program taking graduate level courses are still eligible for the undergraduate tuition rate.

Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Delivery Format: Online and CD-ROM
Educational Level: Master
Language: English
Requirements: Must be an RN or presently in school for RN degree. Cannot have a BSN.

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) – Health Services Administration

The University of Delaware’s Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Health Services Administration prepares nurses to function as managers in health-care facilities. The curriculum incorporates the broad concepts of nursing and administration while providing the knowledge essential for managers to improve the productivity of the agencies for which they work, assuring that quality health care is maintained or improved. In addition, students develop leadership and marketing skills, learn how to apply management concepts to health-care systems, as well as understand the ethical and legal aspects of health-care management.

Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
Delivery Format: Online
Educational Level: Master
Language: English
Requirements: Must have a Bachelor of Science in Nursing