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If you are a registered nurse interested in personal development or career mobility, Daemen’s RN to BS program is for you. Daemen College’s upper division nursing program is designed especially to meet the varied needs of the professional registered nurse. This program allows you to complete degree requirements in a minimum of 12 months. You and your academic advisor can arrange the program to meet your individual needs as a working professional.

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Program Highlights 

You’ll find many students already enrolled in Daemen’s upper division program have several years of professional experience and college courses to their credit. Most of them are returning for their degree while they continue to hold professional positions within the Buffalo area or also have the added responsibility of household and family commitments. No matter what your particular situation, Daemen’s program is flexible enough to meet your individual needs.

  • Daemen nursing students have access to free educational information from the Why Wound Care initiative.
  • Flexible course schedule to allow for either full or part-time study
  • Liberal credit transfer policies. Students are able to transfer in both science and elective credits.
  • Individualized attention from faculty and personalized academic advisement
  • Financial assistance earmarked for nurses
  • Innovative curriculum, non-repetitive of previous education and experience
  • Course offerings in fall, spring and summer so students can begin at any time
  • A mix of online and hybrid courses to accommodate busy work schedules
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About Our Program

Nosek Honored as Nurse of Distinction in Education

Dr. Cheryl Nosek, professor and chair of nursing at Daemen College, has been named the 2018 Nurse of Distinction in Education by The Buffalo News and the Professional Nurses Association of Western New York. READ MORE

Amanda Smith

Nursing

I am currently a registered nurse working part-time within the Buffalo area while completing my last year of full-time classes in the BSN program. When I graduate in May with my BSN, I plan to work full-time as a Registered Nurse at a facility that I enjoy working for.


For more information or if you would like to visit the Nursing Department to talk with faculty, please call 716-839-8387