Additional Disclosures

American Sentinel’s bachelors and masters nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

The University’s CCNE-accredited RN to BSN degree program is a post-licensure nursing program. This means that students must already be licensed as an RN to be accepted for admission, and must maintain an active and unencumbered RN license throughout their enrollment in the program. The program is designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career stability as an RN.

Some states may offer advanced nursing licensure opportunities beyond RN, and individuals obtaining such advanced licensures may be able to secure employment in a position other than RN. Our RN to BSN degree program is not designed to enable graduates to obtain any such form of advanced licensure in any state, or to secure any form of employment that might require such advanced licensure.

Some states also may require that any person interested in serving as nursing faculty at a postsecondary institution within the state hold a BSN or other advanced nursing degree. Our RN to BSN degree program is not designed to enable graduates to obtain a nursing faculty position in any state. As noted above, the program is designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career stability as an RN.

Prior to enrolling in our program, prospective students interested in securing any form of advanced licensure, or any form of employment other than RN, should carefully discuss with the appropriate certifying agency whether successful completion of our RN to BSN degree program will further their interests.

American Sentinel’s bachelors and masters nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

The University’s CCNE-accredited RN to BSN/MSN degree program is a post-licensure nursing program. This means that students must already be licensed as an RN to be accepted for admission, and must maintain an active and unencumbered RN license throughout their enrollment in the program. The program is designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career stability as an RN.

Some states may offer advanced nursing licensure opportunities beyond RN, and individuals obtaining such advanced licensures may be able to secure employment in a position other than RN. Our RN to BSN/MSN degree program is not designed to enable graduates to obtain any such form of advanced licensure in any state, or to secure any form of employment that might require such advanced licensure.

Some states also may require that any person interested in serving as nursing faculty at a postsecondary institution within the state hold a BSN, MSN or other advanced nursing degree. American Sentinel cannot ensure that its RN to BSN/MSN degree program will enable graduates to obtain a nursing faculty position in any specific state. The program is designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career stability as an RN.

Prior to enrolling in our program, prospective students interested in securing any form of advanced licensure, or any form of employment other than RN, should carefully discuss with the appropriate certifying agency whether successful completion of our RN to BSN/MSN degree program will further their interests.

American Sentinel’s bachelors and masters nursing programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

The University’s CCNE-accredited MSN degree programs are post-licensure nursing programs. This means that students must already be licensed as an RN and hold a BSN degree to be accepted for admission, and must maintain an active and unencumbered RN license throughout their enrollment in their program. The MSN programs are designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career mobility and expand their options as an RN.

Some states may offer advanced nursing licensure opportunities beyond RN, and individuals obtaining such advanced licensures may be able to secure employment in a position other than RN. Our MSN degree programs are not designed to enable graduates to obtain any such form of advanced licensure in any state, or to secure any form of employment that might require such advanced licensure.

Some states also may require that any person interested in serving as nursing faculty at a postsecondary institution within the state hold an MSN or other advanced nursing degree. American Sentinel cannot ensure that its MSN degree program will enable graduates to obtain a nursing faculty position in any specific state. The program is designed to expand graduates’ knowledge base, to enhance their marketability as an RN, and to permit them to enjoy greater career stability as an RN.

Prior to enrolling in our program, prospective students interested in securing any form of advanced licensure, or any form of employment other than RN, should carefully discuss with the appropriate certifying agency whether successful completion of our MSN degree program will further their interests.

American Sentinel’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN).

The University’s ACEN-accredited DNP degree program with specializations in executive leadership and educational leadership is a post-licensure nursing program. This means that students must already be licensed as an RN and hold a BSN degree and a master’s degree to be accepted for admission, and must maintain an active and unencumbered RN license throughout their enrollment in the program. The program is designed for nurse leaders looking to gain the credibility, management skills, and industry knowledge they need in today’s rapidly changing health care environment.

Some states may offer advanced nursing licensure opportunities beyond the RN, and individuals obtaining such advanced licensures may be able to secure employment in a position other than RN. Our DNP degree program is not designed to enable graduates to obtain any such form of advanced licensure in any state, or to secure any form of employment that might require such advanced licensure.

Prior to enrolling in our program, prospective students interested in securing any form of advanced licensure, or any form of employment other than RN, should carefully discuss with the appropriate certifying agency whether successful completion of our DNP degree program will further their interests.

Prior to enrolling in any American Sentinel University nursing program, prospective students living and/or working outside of the United States should confirm with the appropriate certifying agency whether successful completion of an American Sentinel nursing degree program will meet their credentialing requirements.