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Should I Be a Nurse or a Teacher? You May be Able to do Both

If you're struggling to decide whether to be  a nurse or a teacher, nursing educator careers could be for you. As a nurse educator, you can apply your clinical nursing experience to the classroom, helping to educate the next generation of nurses.
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What is an MSN Degree?

MSN stands for Master of Science in Nursing. This is a graduate degree that provides nurses the opportunity to further specialize in their chosen area of healthcare. The degree can also lead to a new specialization for nurses who are interested in taking their careers in a different direction.
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Types of Master’s Degrees in Healthcare

The field of healthcare is growing and evolving all the time. If you want to help lead this change in your career, the right education, knowledge and leadership skills will be key. Explore the different types of master's degrees in healthcare to discover what's right for you.
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Celebrating 10 Years of Nursing Programs at SNHU

Since establishing the inaugural BSN program in 2012, Southern New Hampshire University has become part of a powerful community of nurse leaders — from students and alumni to instructors and deans. In honor of Nurses Month, the university reflects on 10 years of nursing education at SNHU.

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