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New guide: A Guide to the Silver Lake College 4-Year BSN Program

Posted By Brianna Neuser On November 09, 2017

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Did you know that the employment rate for registered nurses is projected to grow 16 percent from 2014-2024?

Did you also know that by 2020, Wisconsin alone will need to grow its registered nurse population by approximately 24 percent in order to counter its approaching nursing shortage? This high demand for nurses is due to a growing population, increased stress on preventive care, growing rates of chronic disease and a higher demand for innovative health care services.

Here at Silver Lake College, our four-year nursing program is committed to demonstrating the role of leader, educator, facilitator and communicator. Our faculty is designed to develop a community of lifelong learners through curriculum excellence. Developing nursing leaders who are caring professionals and who understand the ethical, moral and legal implications of their nursing practice fulfills our mission and goals.

In order to educate you on the importance of pursuing a bachelor of science in nursing, we've created this eBook — A Guide to the Silver Lake College 4-Year BSN Program.

This guide will:

  • Discuss the importance of pursuing a BSN program
  • Provide an overview on the nationwide nursing shortage
  • Describe Silver Lake College’s four-year BSN program
  • List the advantages of the completion of SLC’s BSN degree

In short, this guide will walk you through the steps you need to understand in order to make an informed decision regarding enrolling in Silver Lake College’s four-year BSN program. We invite you to download our guide and let the Admissions Team at SLC help you consider your next academic degree.

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Topics: Nursing

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