Adult, Online Learners

D&E Online Nursing Program

Davis & Elkins prepares students to succeed through programs that combine the latest knowledge in the field with ongoing skill development. And now, Davis & Elkins is pleased to make this sort of education available to working adults.

Introducing Davis & Elkins 100% Online RN to BSN Baccalaureate Completion Program.

Online learning has fast become a staple in the educational world. This growth has been spurred, in large part, by adult learners returning to school seeking training to advance their careers. Davis & Elkins provides adult learners with an opportunity to complete a degree in a timely manner, while continuing to work and honor other the other important commitments in their lives.

With Davis & Elkins’ 100% online campus, adult learners can pursue their Bachelor of Science degree from the comfort of their own home, with schedules that works for their lives. Because students can tend to their class obligations when it’s most convenient for them, conflicts with work and family are kept to a minimum.

Through D&E’s online programming, adult learners are able to master the latest knowledge in their field, achieve increased competence in core skill areas, and earn a degree that will assist with career advancement.

RN-BSN Start DateWhy D&E?

Quality: As a traditional, nonprofit institution, D&E takes pride in having provided students with a high quality education since 1904.

Speed: Online programs can be completed in 12 months.

Value: No application fee, no hidden fees, and only $400/credit hour, keeping costs predictable and affordable.

Convenience: 100% online with no required login times.

Networking: With small cohorts, students are able to build relationships with other students and faculty members that facilitate their learning.

 

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