RN to BSN Program
Beebe encourages students to view learning as a lifelong process and facilitates educational mobility through articulation agreements with institutions of Higher Education.
University of Delaware
Beebe Healthcare's Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing and the University of Delaware (UD) have formed a partnership to support students that have a goal of becoming registered nurses (RN) while earning their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree, without leaving Sussex County.
Students can dually enroll in the Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing and in the UD Associate in Arts Program (AAP) so that they can earn their Diploma in Nursing and their Associate in Arts degree. Once the students have completed the Diploma program, they can work as a registered nurse while they earn their Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
The School of Nursing has had a long-standing relationship with the University of Delaware. However, this new partnership provides students with seamless degree progression that includes a strong nursing foundation based around clinical excellence, combined with the theoretical coursework needed in today's healthcare environment.
For more information, please contact either the School of Nursing at (302) 645-3251, or Pia Inquito at the University of Delaware: (302) 831-2033.
A defined RN/BSN curriculum plan enables the Beebe student to complete the requirements for the BSN degree at Wilmington University in one additional year of full-time study. Part-time options are also available so that graduates can work while they continue their education.
For more information on Wilmington University, please contact Dana Abbott-Painter: (302) 856-5780.
A defined RN/BSN and RN/MSN curriculum plan enables the Beebe student to complete the requirements for the BSN and/or MSN degrees at Wesley College in one to two years of additional study.
For more information on Wesley College, please contact Dr. Denise Morris: (302) 736-2346.