Four Options for a Degree in Nursing
- Progressive option for adult learners: Practical Nurse to Registered Nurse to BS in Nursing
- RNs who want to earn a BS in Nursing
- High School seniors who want to earn a BS in Nursing
- Associate degree (AAS) leading to RN eligibility
You’ll learn from experienced professionals with different nursing backgrounds. Gain hands-on experience by working with our clinical simulators, doing clinical placements and joining the Monroe College Student Nurses Association.
Access to a Broad Professional Network
Monroe’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), the standard employers look for.
Monroe is also proud to be a member of the National League for Nursing, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, the National League for Nursing, the Council for Associate Degree Nursing in New York State, and the Council of Practice Nurse Programs of New York State.
Registered Nursing (AAS)
If you’re a licensed practical nurse looking to move up in your career, consider Monroe’s PN to RN program.
Bachelor′s Degree in Nursing (HS Senior to BS)
Our traditional Bachelor’s in Nursing program seeks to admit current high school seniors and recent graduates who experienced a rigorous college preparatory curriculum.
Bachelor′s Degree in Nursing (PN to RN to BS) Progressive Option for Adult Learners
Monroe’s progressive nursing option for adult learners offers you the chance to transition through three levels of nursing in nine semesters.
Bachelor′s Degree in Nursing (RN to BS)
Monroe’s RN to BS in Nursing program offers registered nurses who graduated from an Associate Degree or diploma-granting nursing program an opportunity to earn a BS in just eleven months.