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Bachelor's in nursing program coming to Red Wing

By Michael Brun, Red Wing Republican Eagle
Aug 10, 2017

WSU-MSCS Nursing Agreement - VideoNursing students looking to turn an associate degree into a bachelor's degree will soon have a local classroom option through a new partnership between Minnesota State College Southeast and Winona State University.

WSU will bring its Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program to MSC Southeast's Red Wing campus beginning with select online-only courses this fall. Additional courses are expected to start in Red Wing in January 2018.

"I have been told, and many of my staff have been told over the years, that Red Wing has asked for a four-year institution," MSC Southeast President Dorothy Duran said Thursday, Aug. 10, before representatives from both schools signed the partnership agreement. She said collaborating with a cost-effective public institution such as WSU is the best choice for the community.

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