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The beautifully historic state of Delaware has several colleges and universities offering a Bachelor’s degree of science in Nursing (BSN). Most of the programs are a hybrid of online learning and traditional classroom learning with a mandatory requirement of a certain number of hours in a medical clinical environment.

Wilmington University has several conveniently satellite branches in the cities of Cumberland, Dover, Georgetown and Newcastle. Wilmington’s nursing program was established to cater towards the nontraditional nursing student. Their 120 credit hour BSN program can be completed through classes, online study or a mixture of both options. Admission deadlines to apply are April 1st for the fall semester and September 1st for spring term. There is a $35 application fee. The program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Delaware State University in Dover has a very comprehensive BSN program. The program is approved by the Delaware Board of Nursing, the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The BSN is comprised of a 120 credit hour degree program with additional required clinical hours. Applications are only accepted between November 15 and February 25. The undergraduate application fee is $35.

The University of Delaware located in Newark has a traditional BSN program requiring an 80 hour clinical practicum and 122 credits to complete. Tours are available to prospective students. The program is also fully accredited.

Margaret H. Rollins School of Nursing at the Beebe Hospital in Lewes, Delaware has been creating high quality nurses since its establishment in 1921. The program is fully accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission. This program is a hefty 68 weeks not including vacations with over 2,000 hours of combined theory and practical experience. This is one of the more expensive programs in Delaware to attend.

Delaware Technical and Community College has campuses in Dover, Georgetown, Stanton and Wilmington. They offer a comprehensive two year hybrid program combined of traditional and online courses. A required clinical practicum is also included in the program.

Wesley College in Dover is rather unique in that it offers a Master of Science in Nursing for any registered nurse lacking a bachelor’s degree. All one needs is to be an RN with an Associates Degree in Nursing or a BSN.

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