How do you take online courses for nursing?


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You can take online nursing courses by signing up on a nursing school website, such as the websites of the Kaplan University School of Nursing, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing and University of Rochester Medical Center School of Nursing. You can also sign up for non-accredited courses on Alison.com.

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Kaplan University's online nursing program options include a Doctor of Nursing Practice, a Master of Science in Nursing, a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, a Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner Certificate and a Practical Nursing Diploma. You can apply to attend Kaplan's online program and enroll in classes on the school's website.

The online nursing program at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing requires students to take courses in biostatistics, nutrition, microbiology, anatomy and human growth before applying. These prerequisites are available online. As with Kaplan University, you can apply to the school's program through its website.

You can take online nursing courses on the University of Rochester's website either as part of a fully online program or a hybrid program in conjunction with on-campus courses.

Alison.com offers several free online courses in nursing. To register, create a website account, or sign in with a Facebook, Yahoo, Google or LinkedIn account, and choose your courses.

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