DENVER, Colo. – November 15, 2020 – CCBA Strategic Education Partner American Sentinel University (ASU) and CCBA Institutional Member Seminole State College of Florida are embarking on an exciting joint venture to assist nursing students in completing their BSN and MSN.
The partnership allows eligible students in the RN-to-BSN program at Seminole State to move seamlessly into the MSN program at American Sentinel University while saving time and money.
Students will complete three MSN courses at American Sentinel University while enrolled in the RN-to-BSN program at Seminole State then transfer into the American Sentinel University master’s program to complete the remaining nine courses and graduate with their master’s degree in nursing.
“We want students to achieve their bachelor’s and master’s degrees as early in their careers as possible,” says Dr. Elaine Foster, Dean of Nursing and Healthcare Programs at American Sentinel University. “Our partnership with Seminole State is exciting because it removes some of the time and economic barriers that stop students from achieving their goals in education. This partnership provides students an accelerated path to the MSN to enhance their nursing knowledge and ultimately impact the healthcare system.”
Learn more about this program and ASU during the CCBA 2021 Virtual Conference.