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How Simulations Enhance the  <em>SIM</em>Path® Program

Nurses with experience have a new way to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees: through American Sentinel’s RN to BSN program powered by SIMPath®

Addressing the Industry Need for Nursing Faculty

In spite of great demand for professional registered nurses, AACN explains that nationwide faculty shortages are limiting student capacity.

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How <em>SIM</em>Path® and Flexibility Go Hand in Hand

The RN to BSN program powered by SIMPath® at American Sentinel is a great option for students who want to fast track their BSN programs by showcasing what they know via competencies.

Five Questions Answered about the DNP Project

The DNP capstone project is one of the many ways that the American Sentinel DNP program is truly a practice-focused program. It helps students develop a professional portfolio.

Q&A with American Sentinel’s Scholarship and Research Chair

A brief Q&A session with Kris Skalsky, EdD, MSNEd, RN and American Sentinel’s Scholarship and Research Chair

Why Earn a DNP Degree?

There is room for more Doctor of Nursing Practice graduates in the marketplace. Here are some reasons why you should consider pursuing doctorate education.


DNP Graduate Discusses How To Choose The Right School For You

Tammy Martineau, an American Sentinel University alumnus discusses her experience in the DNP, Educational Leadership program. She is a nursing educator who discusses the major areas to consider when choosing a school for your terminal nursing degree.