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    Online Baccalaureate Degree for the Registered Nurse (BSN)

    INSTITUTION INFORMATION Institutional Accreditation: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Program Accreditation: National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission Institutional Membership(s): None Program Membership(s): None PROGRAM DETAILS Program Information: Bachelor of Science in Nursing - Bachelor's Enrollment: 999 seats total Application Deadline: Open How Students and Instructors Communicate: E-mail, Postal, Voice, Video, WWW Subject: Health Professions and Related Clinical Sciences METHOD OF COURSE INSTRUCTION

    The program is delivered primarily through videotape

    Supplemental delivery formats include videotape

    The Baccalaureate for the Registered Nurse (BSN) program is for registered nurses who are graduates of associate degree or diploma programs and would like to obtain a bachelor's degree in nursing. The BRN major, which is designed to address the adult learner's past educational preparation and nursing experience, is offered in a distance learning format in association with the Division of Special Programs. Ten of the thirteen required nursing courses are offered in a distance learning format, as are most of the prerequisites. For complete information on the BRN, visit us on the web
    All students must attend three 1-credit on-campus weekend courses (NURS 343, 441, and 445).
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    The University of Delaware awards more than $53 million annually in aid. Our commitment to making a University of Delaware education affordable is seen in our reasonable tuition for in-state and out-of-state students and in our variety of scholarships, financial aid programs, and financing plans. Merit Scholarships. Freshman applicants who are outstanding academically may be eligible for academic scholarships awarded solely on the basis of merit without regard to financial need. All freshman applicants whose applications for Fall admission are complete by January 15, 2000 will be automatically reviewed for academic scholarships. Unless requested, you do not need to send us additional information or a separate application. The University of Delaware offers an unusually larger number of academic scholarships. Included within our scholarship portfolio are the Eugene du Pont Memorial Distinguished Scholar Awards, 10-12 full scholarships, including tuition, room & board, and books, for entering freshmen. The University is also a sponsor of National Merit and National Achievement Scholars. Scholarship-quality athletes are generally identified by our coaches, who recruit on the basis of athletic skill. You may apply for a music scholarship by calling the Music department at (302) 831-2577 and arranging an appointment for an audition. Scholarship audition dates are December 4, 1999, January 22 and February 12 and 26, 2000. Music department scholarships are generally reserved for music majors and minors (although exceptions may be made for students playing certain instruments.) In addition, the Music Merit Program provides private study opportunities for other qualified students who wish to study applied music. Additional scholarships exist at the University of Delaware for the following applicants:
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    This program is for Registered Nurses.
    Continuing Education students are advised by the ACCESS Center in the Division of Continuing Education.
    Matriculated students are assigned an advisor in the College of Nursing.
    The University of Delaware accepts baccalaureate credits from institutions that are fully accredited by the appropriate regional accrediting association. This determination is made only at the time of formal application to the University. Credits, completed with a grade of "C" or higher, must be applicable to a degree program offered by the University of Delaware.
    Students must be a Registered Nurse.
    All students must attend three 1-credit on-campus weekend courses (NURS 343, 441 and 445). All other nursing courses are available in a distance learning format. Most non-nursing support courses are avaliable via the distance learning delivery system, also.

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