Mich. nursing school says jobs are behind switch to BSN program

02/10/2014 | Grand Rapids Business Journal (Mich.)

At Baker College of Muskegon, Mich., a projected demand for nurses with bachelor's degrees is behind a decision to switch from a two-year associate degree to a four-year BSN program in the fall. President Lee Coggin says the school heard from health care professionals and clinical partners that the need for nurses with BSN credentials will increase.

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