GREAT FALLS, MONTANA – To meet the growing demand for bachelor’s-prepared nurses, the University of Providence is now accepting applications for its new Bachelor of Science in Nursing prelicensure program in Lewistown, MT. This program has been approved by the Montana State Board of Nursing and will begin January 2019.
The accelerated program will allow students to complete 54 credits in 12 months. Students are encouraged to make the curriculum their full-time job during those 12 months. At the end of the 12 months, with a successful completion of the BSN degree, graduates will be eligible to take the licensing examination for Registered Nurses (RN). The exam is the NCLEX-RN and allows for licensure as an RN in any state. For more information, go to www.uprovidence.edu
Applications will be accepted through Nov. 30.