Nursing School Accreditation
Why attend a nursing school accredited by the CCNE or NLNAC?
When choosing a nursing school, it is important to choose a program that is approved by your state. This ensures that the nursing program meets the minimum requirements set by the state for nursing licensure. Only graduates of state approved nursing programs will be allowed to sit for the state licensure examination. The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and The National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC) are national accrediting agencies for nursing education programs recognized by the Council on Post-Secondary Accreditation, by the US Department of Education, and by the nursing profession itself. Schools accredited by either CCNE or NLNAC are recognized by each state as approved nursing programs.
- Graduate and Undergraduate Degrees and Postgraduate Certificates in Nursing
- Bachelor of Science in Nursing for the Registered Nurse
- Ranked #15 in Best Online Master's in Nursing Program by US News, Seton Hall University offers two fully online Nurse Practitioner programs: Adult Gerontology with Acute and Primary Tracks and Psychiatric Mental Health.
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Choosing a nursing program that is accredited by the CCNE or NLNAC will not only ensure that you are able to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination to become a Registered Nurse (NCLEX-RN) upon graduation. It is also more likely that graduates from accredited nursing schools will be able to receive credit from previous educational experience. This will be helpful for those that wish enhance theirs nursing careers and education RN-to-BSN degree or Master’s in Nursing program.
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