Madonna University's RN to BSN Program Ranked #2 In Michigan

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LIVONIA, MICH. – Madonna University’s RN to BSN program has been ranked as the #2 program in Michigan by ResgisteredNursing.org, a leading nursing advocacy organization. The ranking is based on factors such as the program’s academic quality, student support, and graduate success rates, and comes just in time for National Nurses Month.

National Nurses Month is a time to recognize and honor the dedication and hard work of nurses across the country. This month provides an opportunity to celebrate the contributions that nurses make to patient care, as well as to raise awareness of the challenges that nurses face in their profession.

The theme of this year’s National Nurses Month is “You Make a Difference,” which emphasizes the impact that individual nurses have on the lives of their patients and their communities. By pursuing an RN to BSN at Madonna University, nurses can enhance their ability to provide high-quality care to their patients by learning about evidence-based practices, incorporating the latest research and clinical guidelines, and identifying and implementing new interventions and treatment options. The program, open to nurses with an unencumbered RN license who have previously completed an associate degree in nursing, and builds a foundation for increased career opportunities, a higher earning potential, and encourages both personal and professional growth. 

As we celebrate National Nurses Month, let us all take a moment to express our gratitude to the nurses who work tirelessly to provide high-quality patient care. We encourage everyone to support the nursing profession by advocating for policies that recognize the vital contributions they make to our healthcare system. Nurses, if you’re looking to make a bigger difference in the lives of your patients and your community, Madonna’s RN to BSN program can equip you with the knowledge and skills to do so.

To learn more about Madonna University’s RN to BSN program, click here.

To view RegisteredNursing.org’s rankings, click here.