The College of Health Sciences offers the online-only Master of Science in Healthcare Administration as well as a number of high-demand baccalaureate and associate degree programs, including the Bachelor of Science in Nursing and an online-only BSN for registered nurses. All programs in the college are designed to integrate theory, innovative practice and technology in classroom and medical settings, to inform students about healthcare trends, and to promote opportunities for career advancement.
University of Arkansas-Fort Smith Ranked No. 3 Best Affordable RN to BSN Online Program
University of Arkansas-Fort Smith was recently ranked the third best affordable school for the RN to BSN online degree program by Great Value Colleges. The organization published the ranking to their Web site in June.
This ranking was created using a number of sources including National Center for Education Statistics' College Navigator, Best College Reviews, Best Value Schools and Wikipedia.
"We're committed to opening doors of the university to talented students," said University Chancellor Dr. Paul Beran. "Being named in this ranking reflects our progress in making the institution as financially accessible as possible."
UAFS was ranked the No. 3 school out of the top 30 in the nation.
The RN-BSN Online Completion Track at UAFS prepares highly competent practitioners of nursing for professional careers in a dynamic healthcare environment. It provides educational mobility for associate degree and diploma prepared nurses and the foundation for graduate education in nursing. This flexible track makes possible the opportunity for registered nurses to receive credit for previous nursing education and experience.
Great Value Colleges offers premier resources to help students find the best degree offerings, the best place to get that degree, career options for graduates, and more. The organization's mission is to help students get the best possible education for their money through "high-quality, researched-based articles and rankings covering a broad number of angles to help the most students possible."