To get a nursing degree online, apply to an online nursing degree program such as those at Drexel University, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Western Governors University, Kaplan University and Excelsior College. Satisfy the program's online course requirements and complete any other requirements, which may include clinical training at a participating hospital, nursing home or health clinic.
Drexel University offers graduate and undergraduate degrees in nursing through its College of Nursing and Health Professions. Its RN-to-BSN program, which is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, provides students with a virtual lab in which they can perform patient assessments. The program also includes hands-on experience with patients. To earn their undergraduate degrees, students must take core courses across the disciplines; they may begin their nursing studies when they reach the Tier 3 course level.
Students can earn online nursing degrees through the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. The university also offers a Nurse Educator Certificate and Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner Certificate. Its master's programs include clinical nurse specialist and health systems management. Johns Hopkins provides virtual lab experiences for its online students. Online courses may also involve the use of tools such as discussion boards, video conferencing, video presentations and virtual media.
Western Governors University offers online undergraduate and graduate programs in nursing, including an online RN-to-BSN program. Its graduate programs focus on nursing education and nursing management. The WGU College of Business also offers an online degree in health care management, while the College of Information Technology provides a degree in health informatics. Advanced students gain clinical experience by serving rotations in local participating hospitals and clinics.