Burman University partners with Kettering College to offer nursing degree

Applications are now open for September 2019

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On Oct. 1, 2018, Burman University entered into an agreement with Kettering College in Dayton, Ohio to provide an opportunity for Burman University students to obtain a Bachelor of Nursing (BSN) degree at Kettering College.

Students qualifying for the program can complete a prescribed curriculum consisting of three semesters of full-time study at Burman University and two years of full-time study at Kettering College.

When applying to Burman University for the first three semesters, students must meet the application requirements set by the university. When transferring to Kettering College for the final two years, students must meet the application requirements as outlined by the college.

“Burman University is excited about this partnership,” says Loren Agrey, president of Burman University. “It is important for us to find opportunities to offer relevant degree options to students. This partnership allows us to offer a reasonable option for students looking to pursue a nursing degree.”

“We’re thrilled about this new partnership between Kettering College and Burman University,” adds Kettering College president Nate Brandstater. “Kettering College looks for innovative ways that create unique opportunities for students to earn a healthcare degree, which also opens the door for future employment at Kettering Health Network.”

Applications are now open for September 2019. More details will be outlined when available.

-Submitted by Burman University

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