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Republican-Eagle: MSC Southeast welcomes first cohort of Winona State nursing students 

Newsroom, Jan 21, 2018

For associate degree nurses -- also known as registered nurses -- earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing can become the pathway to a more challenging career with increased responsibilities and rewards.

Winona State University has developed a successful RN to BSN completion program, which has expanded to include the Red Wing area. The first group of students came to the Minnesota State College Southeast campus Jan. 9 for orientation.

Jennifer Timm, assistant professor at Winona State University and co-coordinator of the RN-BSN program, met with 28 students beginning the program.

...Dr. William J. McBreen, WSU's dean of nursing and health sciences, said enrollment in the new program "substantially surpasses our expectations."

Read the full story: http://www.republican-eagle.com/news/4390796-msc-southeast-welcomes-first-cohort-winona-state-nursing-students


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