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- Why Strayer
** Please note that Strayer University is no longer accepting new students into the RN to BSN program.**
Strayer University's nursing programs comprise a rigorous academic experience that stimulates the professional and intellectual growth of registered nurses from diverse backgrounds. Our supportive, student-focused learning environment enables registered nurses to achieve their personal and professional goals. Our programs equip students for successful professional nursing practice and foster their lifelong learning pursuits. Graduates are prepared to provide ethical, competent, compassionate, high-quality, interdisciplinary nursing care to diverse populations in complex settings. Program alumni are positioned to lead and shape the delivery of high quality, innovative, person-centered healthcare.
The Strayer University School of Nursing philosophy is the framework that guides the delivery of nursing programs. It reflects the beliefs of the institution and its faculty, provides direction for the program, and contributes to the delivery of high-quality healthcare and the advancement of the nursing profession. It is consistent with Strayer University’s mission and expresses the faculty’s views on four concepts critical to nursing education and the practice of professional nursing. The four philosophical tenets are:
Program Learning Outcomes
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Strayer University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.