Online Bachelor's Degree Programs in Healthcare:
B.S. Nursing (RN to BSN online)
B.S. Business—Healthcare Management (from the College of Business)
The healthcare industry is one of the fastest growing career generators in the country, which means that qualified healthcare professionals will be in high demand. An online healthcare degree from WGU Nevada, which offers bachelor’s degrees in nursing and health informatics, can prepare you to take advantage of these new opportunities in the healthcare industry.
Now is an opportune time to become a qualified, credentialed healthcare professional. Whether you’re entering the field or looking to enhance your credentials, earning your healthcare degree online at WGU Nevada can work to your advantage. A WGU Nevada bachelor’s degree will allow you to achieve your career goals without rearranging your life or compromising your current position.
The Door is Open—an Online Healthcare Degree is Your Key
You’ve probably got extensive experience; now you need the degree to take the next step. Your experience is a valuable asset at WGU Nevada. To complete your degree, you must demonstrate you understand and can perform the necessary skills and knowledge the healthcare industry demands. With WGU Nevada’s competency-based approach, you won’t have to spend unnecessary time studying the concepts you already know. You'll have to prove you know the material through carefully designed assessments under the guidance of a dedicated mentor.
There are no traditional classrooms; no seat time requirements. WGU Nevada’s programs are designed to fit the demanding schedules of adult learners like you. You’ll be able to earn your healthcare degree online, on your schedule, and on your budget.
WGU Nevada's nursing degree programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (655 K Street NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791).
Center of Excellence in Nursing Education for Creating Environments
WGU was named an Center of Excellence™ in Nursing Education by the National League of Nursing (NLN) for 2015-2019 for creating environments that enhance student learning and professional development. This prestigious award has only been given to 45 colleges and universities nationwide and is a result of a rigorous review process by an external team who examined WGU’s nursing programs and outcomes before extending the recognition through 2019.