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Spring Arbor University Online

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Spring Arbor University Online

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National Nurses Week 2020

During Nurses Week and throughout 2020 as the Year of the Nurse,
Spring Arbor University honors and celebrates the tireless commitment of nursing professionals everywhere.

 

The 7-1-7 Curriculum Model

Spring Arbor University’s online degrees offer all of the benefits that make a digital learning experience valuable for today’s working professionals and does so in an environment that emphasizes Christian values and community.

The approach of taking one seven-week course at a time, with a one-week break in between, ensures students can progress with minimal disruptions to their daily lives.

It's Time To Get Your Online MSN Degree

Broaden your scope of practice with Spring Arbor University’s CCNE accredited online MSN Degree Program.

The BSN to MSN degree program is equipping you with clinical expertise to prevent, assess, treat, and manage acute and chronic diseases. As one of the top nurse practitioner programs in Michigan, students can choose from two program tracks for advanced specialization.

You have direct access to dedicated educators who are known for their active involvement in improving nursing care, and you have your very own Student Success Coach who walks beside you and offers support throughout your program. Learn more at https://online.arbor.edu/programs/master-of-science-in-nursing/np

 

Nursing Residency 2019

Students and graduates of Spring Arbor's online nursing programs talk about their experience with the program at the three-day on-campus residency.

"There are a lot of nurses who cannot go to a traditional program, and we have a program that allows them to come and not just change their role but change their lives."

- Dr. Al Kauffman, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences

Online Nursing Graduation 2019

Students of faculty of Spring Arbor's online nursing programs talk about the program highlights on graduation day.

"We have seven-week courses on purpose. The ability to focus on one subject and master that before moving on to the next one is an advantage to a lot of students."

- Dr. Al Kauffman, Dean, School of Nursing and Health Sciences