Director, Academic Programs, BSN Online (2024)

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Chamberlain University, an Adtalem Global Education institution, continues to raise the standard of nursing and healthcare education through a growing community of over 100,000 alumni who are making an impact in their communities around the world. Chamberlain has the largest school of nursing in the U.S. and is the leading grantor of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees to underrepresented minority students in the country. The university is committed to addressing the national nursing shortage through the development of innovative programs to ensure nurses are practice ready as they step into the workforce. Chamberlain is comprised of the College of Nursing, with online and campus-based programs, and the College of Health Professions, offering a variety of bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs. Chamberlain University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

Visit chamberlain.edu for more information, and follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn

Job Description


Opportunity at a Glance
The Director, Academic Programs, BSN Online, is responsible for the operational and/or academic oversight of the online BSN program. These responsibilities include but are not limited to the direct management of operational or academic staff, delivery of a superior student experience to students enrolled in Chamberlain's program(s), ensuring continuous quality improvement in the program(s), and achieving targeted enrollment projections and student retention goals. This role develops and streamlines processes, procedures, initiatives, communications, and training to improve the interactions between multiple functional areas that support the BSN Online Program.

Responsibilities

  • Oversees the implementation of Chamberlain University’s philosophy, mission, vision, and goals in the BSN Online Program.
  • Tracks the key academic and business metrics used to monitor performance of the programs; consistently seeks to improve the quality and cost.
  • Plans and leads continuous quality improvement efforts.
  • Communicates effectively with faculty, staff and students. Creates and maintains a college culture of mutual respect and academic and professional growth.
  • Manages and provides operational and staff support for a variety of program initiatives to ensure that the program is of high quality and delivers exceptional student service.
  • Works collaboratively with other program leaders to ensure coordination and consistency of the College’s mission, philosophy and educational outcomes across settings and programs.
  • Maintains accreditation and regulatory standards, including the timely completion of required reports.
  • Responds to questions and concerns from faculty, staff, and students.Coordinates effective, timely and well-communicated resolutions.
  • Manages the recruitment, selection, contracting, training, and evaluation of operational and/or academic staff.
  • Maintains and communicates information to appropriate stakeholders regarding current and future program initiatives.
  • Collaborates with shared services personnel and departments (i. e., faculty operations, student services, admissions, registrar, etc.) to achieve efficient and effective processes and delivery of a superior student experience.
  • Ensures efficient and effective operations in theprogramto meet regulatory, accreditation, and student success needs.
  • Ensures a positive overall student experience in theonline program, and continuously works to enhance the student experience.
  • Collaborates with Clinical Shared Services to ensure efficient and effective practicum operations practices, processes, and student communications.
  • Participates in industry programs and initiatives to maintain currency of programand teaching methodologies.
  • Serves on the national leadership council, national community advisory board, and other accreditation or University/College leadership teams as required.
  • Develops and manages a budget to support the implementation of theprogram.
  • Performs other duties as assigned and complies with all policies and standards.

Qualifications


  • DNP or PhD in Nursingor a related field.
  • Minimum of five yearsteaching experience at undergraduate or graduate levels.
  • Experience in online teaching and demonstrated proficiency with online instructional technology.
  • Minimum of threeyears experience as a dean, program chair, program director, or other higher education administrator.
  • Experience managing quality improvement programs and leading business operations.
  • Experience managing geographically distributed remote teams preferred.
  • Ability to use a variety of technology applications that promote student learning and services.
  • Ability to make and effectively communicate decisions.
  • Ability to motivate, inspire excellence and build consensus.
  • Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills, ability to communicate via email and phone effectively and operate remotely.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, time management, training, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to interact with all levels: students, faculty, leadership, external stakeholders, and staff.
  • Strong customer-service orientation and customer-service skills.
  • Ability to lead, direct, inspire, and advise staff, faculty, and administrators.
  • Up to 40% travel.
  • Current licensure, certification, or authority to practice in the field of study required if applicable for the field of study.

Additional Information

In support of the pay transparency laws enacted across the country, the expected salary range for this position is between $97,253.99 and $175,761.85. Actual pay will be adjusted based on job-related factors permitted by law, such as experience and training; geographic location; licensure and certifications; market factors; departmental budgets; and responsibility. Our Talent Acquisition Team will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and we look forward to learning more about your salary requirements. The position qualifies for the below benefits.

Adtalem offers a robust suite of benefits including:

  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • 401k Retirement Program + 6% employer match
  • Participation in Adtalem’s Flexible Time Off (FTO) Policy
  • 12 Paid Holidays

    For more information related to our benefits please visit: https://careers.adtalem.com/benefits.

    You are also eligible to participate in an annual incentive program, subject to the rules governing the program, whereby an award, if any, depends on various factors, including, without limitation, individual and organizational performance.

We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. At Adtalem, we welcome everyone and have a strong commitment towards diversity and inclusion. We encourage our Colleagues to be their true authentic selves and support laws that prohibit discrimination everywhere we do business. We also maintain a drug-free workplace.

Chamberlain University, an Adtalem Global Education institution, continues to raise the standard of nursing and healthcare education through a growing community of over 100,000 alumni who are making an impact in their communities around the world. Chamberlain has the largest school of nursing in the U.S. and is the leading grantor of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degrees to underrepresented minority students in the country. The university is committed to addressing the national nursing shortage through the development of innovative programs to ensure nurses are practice ready as they step into the workforce. Chamberlain is comprised of the College of Nursing, with online and campus-based programs, and the College of Health Professions, offering a variety of bachelor’s, master’s, doctoral, and certificate programs. Chamberlain University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
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\nVisit chamberlain.edu for more information, and follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn

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Job Description

Opportunity at a Glance
\nThe Director, Academic Programs, BSN Online, is responsible for the operational and/or academic oversight of the online BSN program. These responsibilities include but are not limited to the direct management of operational or academic staff, delivery of a superior student experience to students enrolled in Chamberlain's program(s), ensuring continuous quality improvement in the program(s), and achieving targeted enrollment projections and student retention goals. This role develops and streamlines processes, procedures, initiatives, communications, and training to improve the interactions between multiple functional areas that support the BSN Online Program.
\n
\nResponsibilities

  • Oversees the implementation of Chamberlain University’s philosophy, mission, vision, and goals in the BSN Online Program.
  • Tracks the key academic and business metrics used to monitor performance of the programs; consistently seeks to improve the quality and cost.
  • Plans and leads continuous quality improvement efforts.
  • Communicates effectively with faculty, staff and students. Creates and maintains a college culture of mutual respect and academic and professional growth.
  • Manages and provides operational and staff support for a variety of program initiatives to ensure that the program is of high quality and delivers exceptional student service.
  • Works collaboratively with other program leaders to ensure coordination and consistency of the College’s mission, philosophy and educational outcomes across settings and programs.
  • Maintains accreditation and regulatory standards, including the timely completion of required reports.
  • Responds to questions and concerns from faculty, staff, and students.Coordinates effective, timely and well-communicated resolutions.
  • Manages the recruitment, selection, contracting, training, and evaluation of operational and/or academic staff.
  • Maintains and communicates information to appropriate stakeholders regarding current and future program initiatives.
  • Collaborates with shared services personnel and departments (i. e., faculty operations, student services, admissions, registrar, etc.) to achieve efficient and effective processes and delivery of a superior student experience.
  • Ensures efficient and effective operations in theprogramto meet regulatory, accreditation, and student success needs.
  • Ensures a positive overall student experience in theonline program, and continuously works to enhance the student experience.
  • Collaborates with Clinical Shared Services to ensure efficient and effective practicum operations practices, processes, and student communications.
  • Participates in industry programs and initiatives to maintain currency of programand teaching methodologies.
  • Serves on the national leadership council, national community advisory board, and other accreditation or University/College leadership teams as required.
  • Develops and manages a budget to support the implementation of theprogram.
  • Performs other duties as assigned and complies with all policies and standards.

\n\n

Qualifications


  • DNP or PhD in Nursingor a related field.
  • Minimum of five yearsteaching experience at undergraduate or graduate levels.
  • Experience in online teaching and demonstrated proficiency with online instructional technology.
  • Minimum of threeyears experience as a dean, program chair, program director, or other higher education administrator.
  • Experience managing quality improvement programs and leading business operations.
  • Experience managing geographically distributed remote teams preferred.
  • Ability to use a variety of technology applications that promote student learning and services.
  • Ability to make and effectively communicate decisions.
  • Ability to motivate, inspire excellence and build consensus.
  • Strong oral and written communication and presentation skills, ability to communicate via email and phone effectively and operate remotely.
  • Strong interpersonal, organizational, time management, training, and conflict resolution skills.
  • Ability to interact with all levels: students, faculty, leadership, external stakeholders, and staff.
  • Strong customer-service orientation and customer-service skills.
  • Ability to lead, direct, inspire, and advise staff, faculty, and administrators.
  • Up to 40% travel.
  • Current licensure, certification, or authority to practice in the field of study required if applicable for the field of study.

\n\n

Additional Information

In support of the pay transparency laws enacted across the country, the expected salary range for this position is between $97,253.99 and $175,761.85. Actual pay will be adjusted based on job-related factors permitted by law, such as experience and training; geographic location; licensure and certifications; market factors; departmental budgets; and responsibility. Our Talent Acquisition Team will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and we look forward to learning more about your salary requirements. The position qualifies for the below benefits.
\n
\nAdtalem offers a robust suite of benefits including:

  • Health, dental, vision, life and disability insurance
  • 401k Retirement Program + 6% employer match
  • Participation in Adtalem’s Flexible Time Off (FTO) Policy
  • 12 Paid Holidays
    \n
    \nFor more information related to our benefits please visit: https://careers.adtalem.com/benefits.
    \n
    \nYou are also eligible to participate in an annual incentive program, subject to the rules governing the program, whereby an award, if any, depends on various factors, including, without limitation, individual and organizational performance.

We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. At Adtalem, we welcome everyone and have a strong commitment towards diversity and inclusion. We encourage our Colleagues to be their true authentic selves and support laws that prohibit discrimination everywhere we do business. We also maintain a drug-free workplace.

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Director, Academic Programs, BSN Online (2024)

FAQs

Who has the easiest BSN program? ›

15 Easiest BSN Programs to Get Into – 2023
  • BS - Nursing (Registered Nurse - R.N. to B.S.N.) Grand Canyon University. ...
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) Walden University. ...
  • RN to BSN Utica University. ...
  • BS in Nursing (RN to BSN) Louisiana State University Alexandria.

Is online BSN hard? ›

Once you've found an accredited online nursing school, your next question will likely be, “Is nursing school online hard?” The short answer is yes: nursing school is hard, regardless if you take classes in person or from home.

What is the fastest I can get my BSN? ›

The fastest RN to BSN online programs are eight to nine months. However, this is for programs that are year-round. If you feel ready to jump in, American Sentinel University offers start dates every month, and you can complete it in as short as forty weeks.

What is a good GPA for BSN? ›

Is a 3.0 GPA good in nursing school? A GPA above 3.0 would be a good GPA for nursing school. That's the requirement for some programs. If you have aspirations for graduate school, you might need a GPA closer to a 4.0, depending on the school or degree you want.

What is the hardest class in BSN? ›

Pharmacology. Pharmacology, or the study of medication, can seem scary because of the sheer scope of the course. "It becomes one of the hardest classes for nursing students due to the depth and amount of knowledge needed," says Megan Lynch, RN and instructor at Pima Community College.

Is BSN harder than MSN? ›

MSN programs are usually more difficult to get into than BSN programs, and more prestigious MSN programs are especially competitive. Applying to an MSN program also requires nursing experience.

Is BSN harder than ADN? ›

ADN programs are also generally easier to get into than BSN programs and they are not as costly. There are many advantages to both ADNs and BSNs. To help decide which program might be right for you, consider cost, program length, salary potential, and career advancement opportunities.

Is RN to BSN harder than ADN? ›

A bachelor's nursing program is more rigorous than an associate degree nursing program. One of the things that makes an RN to BSN program hard is having to transition to an evidence-based practice way of thinking.

How hard is the BSN test? ›

NCLEX Pass Rates

The second-attempt pass rate for domestically-educated students taking the test was 45.56%. These results demonstrate that it is a pretty difficult test. The questions are designed to test your critical thinking, knowledge of the nursing process, and assessment skills.

What is the average age to finish BSN? ›

BSN programs have an average age of early-mid 20s. Students in RN-to-BSN programs are typically in their late 30s.

What is the shortest nursing program? ›

ADN and Related Programs

The way to become an RN with the lowest level of education is to go through an associate's degree in nursing or ADN program. Most ADN programs are two years long and are held at community colleges.

What is the easiest nursing degree to get? ›

An LPN or LVN program usually takes around a year to complete, according to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). What makes an LPN or LVN preparation program the easiest type of nursing education you can pursue is its focus on training for basic nursing services only and its quick completion time.

Can a BSN make 6 figures? ›

Can Nurses Make Six Figures? Yes, you can 100% make six figures as a nurse. The disclaimer is that working in some states may make this easier than working in other states. Geographic location is a huge indicator of starting salary and can be a reason why some of you are not as close to others when looking at raw data.

Can I be a nurse with a 2.4 GPA? ›

Yes, it is possible to get into a nursing program with a 2.5 GPA. Many programs accept students with a lower GPA. It may take some extra work from you, though, especially if you are applying to a school that typically requires a higher GPA.

Can you be a nurse with a 2.7 GPA? ›

While most nursing schools set their minimum GPA requirements at 3.0, there are accelerated nursing programs out there that accept students with 2.7 and 2.8 GPAs. Keep in mind that this doesn't mean you'd receive a lesser nursing education with these programs.

Why is a BSN so hard? ›

Why is nursing school so hard? The top 6 challenges of earning a BSN include the rigorous curriculum, fast pace, need for multitasking, time commitment, personal sacrifices, and NCLEX preparation. However, despite these rigors, it's possible to rise up and master how to succeed in nursing school.

Does BSN have calculus? ›

Complex calculations are not needed in Nursing, but the level of education required to become a nurse involves some math. Even though most students understand there are math requirements for nursing, they may still be surprised to learn that some of the math they need to learn involves some beginner level calculus.

What is the hardest type of nurse to be? ›

Most Stressful Nursing Positions
  • Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses. ICU is an extremely high-pressure environment and these nurses work with patients who have significant injuries and disease with added morbidity risks. ...
  • Emergency Department nurses. ...
  • Neonatal ICU. ...
  • OR nursing. ...
  • Oncology Nursing. ...
  • Psychiatric Nursing.
Jan 27, 2021

Should I skip my BSN and go straight to MSN? ›

The short answer is yes. The most common path to earning an MSN degree is to earn a BSN degree first. However, some nursing programs allow non-nursing degree-holding students to earn an MSN without a BSN through a Direct Entry MSN program.

Is BSN stressful? ›

Psychological studies have found it's more stressful than just about any other academic program—including, some studies say, medical school.

Does a BSN or MSN make more money? ›

Do nurses with an MSN earn more? Nurses with an MSN can earn more than RNs with a BSN. That's partly because a nurse with an MSN is better positioned to work in management or become licensed as a nurse practitioner. As of 2021, the average annual salary for a nurse practitioner is $120,680.

Why choose BSN over ADN? ›

A BSN degree is a bachelor's degree, typically a four-year program, that is a step higher than an ADN degree. Registered nurses with this degree not only go to school longer, but they also gain a more in-depth education compared to those with an ADN degree.

Why get a BSN after ADN? ›

Graduates with a nursing diploma or associate degree in nursing (ADN) can apply for registered nurse (RN) licenses, but spending the extra time to earn a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) can lead to advantages. BSN-holders can expect higher pay, more job opportunities, and career advancement.

Should I do RN or BSN first? ›

Nurses in clinical practice tend to list their licensure first followed by degrees and then certifications. For example: RN, BSN, CCRN. Nurses who are academic educators list their academic degrees first followed by licensure and then certifications. For example: DNP, RN, CNE.

What is the pay difference between ADN and BSN? ›

Associate degree nurses have a salary range from $49,810 at the beginning of their careers to over $106,000 with twenty or more years of experience. BSN nurses typically begin their careers with an annual salary of about $53,000 and may make over $115,000 annually (or more) with twenty plus years' experience.

Do adn take the same nclex as BSN? ›

After earning their degree, BSN graduates are required to pass the same NCLEX-RN test taken by ADN candidates. As a result of the additional education, BSN-RNs are otherwise better positioned for certain nursing specialties, career advancement opportunities, and better pay.

What are the pros and cons of ADN vs BSN? ›

Overall, a BSN education provides more long-term opportunities for career advancement and improvement as a nurse, but this degree costs more and takes longer. An ADN education is quicker and less expensive to obtain, but it is not ideal when taking long-term nursing goals into consideration.

Is it rare to fail NCLEX in 75 questions? ›

While it is certainly possible to fail the NCLEX-RN or NCLEX-PN evaluation in only 75 questions, this rarely happens because most nursing students are far more prepared than they believe they are.

Can you fail NCLEX with 76 questions? ›

To pass the NCLEX RN or PN, test takers must correctly answer at least 75 questions (the minimum amount). Unfortunately, that means you can also fail the exam within those 75 questions or items.

How many people fail the nursing exam? ›

NCLEX Pass Rates by State
STATEOVERALL PASS RATE %
Alaska88.5
Arizona91.4
Arkansas83.4
California90.9
47 more rows
Apr 1, 2023

Is 45 too old for nursing school? ›

And while some people might feel that becoming a nurse later in life isn't possible, that's simply not true. Thanks to a variety of diverse nursing programs, it's 100% possible to follow your heart and become a nurse at any age. In fact, it's even easier if you already have a bachelor's degree.

How old are most nurses when they start? ›

This stipulation dictates that most aspiring nurses become licensed nursing professionals at the earliest ages of 20 and 22, depending on whether they have attended a two-year nursing program for an associate's degree or a four-year nursing program for a bachelor's degree.

Is it too late to go to nursing school at 30? ›

Beginning your nursing career at age 30 can be a rewarding decision. People who become nurses a little later in life may benefit from previous professional experience, greater certainty in their new career path and the flexibility in nursing career options.

What is the easiest RN to BSN online program? ›

Cox College offers one of the easiest RN-to-BSN online programs, and its curriculum is designed to build on the knowledge and skills that you already have. You can focus on areas of interest such as leadership, advanced clinical practice, or nursing informatics.

What state is the easiest to become a nurse? ›

Easiest states to become a nurse – Length of licensing process
  • Maine: 1-2 weeks.
  • Maryland: 2-3 days.
  • Missouri: 2 weeks.
  • Nevada: 1-2 weeks.
  • North Carolina: 1-2 weeks.
  • North Dakota: 1-2 weeks.
  • Texas: 2 weeks.
  • Vermont: 3-5 business days.

Can you take the Nclex without going to nursing school? ›

No, you can't take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) until you complete a nursing degree. The type of degree needed depends on the nursing license you wish to obtain. In general, you'll need to pass a diploma program or get an associate's (ADN) or a bachelor's degree in nursing (BSN).

Which nursing semester is hardest? ›

Without question, the most difficult semester for me was the last semester of my junior year in nursing school. I attended a 4-year BSN program, and that particular semester included three classes that were very content-heavy, as well as the corresponding clinical hours for those classes.

What major is better than nursing? ›

For those who are interested in more behind-the-scenes work, or who want to explore their options in healthcare, health science is a great alternative major to nursing. A health science degree can lead to many different careers, from a healthcare administrator to medical biller and coder.

What nurse has the easiest job? ›

Institutional Nurses

These nurses administer more basic care and typically don't have to work long hours and overnight shifts, so this field of nursing tends to be low-stress. Even with less excitement, these nurses find fulfillment in providing basic and family care to those in need.

Who are the highest paid nurses? ›

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) earn a nationwide average of $202,470 per year according to the BLS; this makes CRNAs the highest-paying type nursing job by a significant margin.

Where are nurses paid the most? ›

In the United States overall, the average registered nurse salary is $82,750 and the median (50th percentile) is $77,600. California, with RN salaries averaging $124,000, is the highest-paying state for nurses as of May 2021 (according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics).

How can I raise my GPA as a nurse? ›

  1. Take General Ed Courses to Raise Your GPA. ...
  2. Consider a Waitlist Program. ...
  3. Get Involved. ...
  4. Work Your Way Up. ...
  5. Realize That Grades Aren't Everything. ...
  6. Meet with a Counselor. ...
  7. Just Ask For Help. ...
  8. Include a Statement Letter.
Nov 15, 2019

Do hospitals care about GPA nursing? ›

Many nursing jobs will ask for your GPA when you're a new nurse filling an entry-level position. Because you don't have much experience to list yet, the GPA score may be the only criterion differentiating candidates. Short answer, yes, GPA scores are a factor when applying for nursing jobs.

What is the highest GPA for nursing? ›

Requirements. After acceptance into the nursing program, each student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale for coursework in the nursing major to remain in the nursing program.

What is the best GPA for nursing? ›

A GPA above 3.0 would be a good GPA for nursing school. That's the requirement for some programs. If you have aspirations for graduate school, you might need a GPA closer to a 4.0, depending on the school or degree you want.

Can I get into NP school with a 2.5 GPA? ›

requires that you have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 in your undergraduate coursework. There is, however, a bit of a caveat to this, if you have not received a 3.2 or higher GPA in your last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework or your cumulative GPA was lower than 3.2, you will be required to take the GRE exam.

What is the easiest college to get into for nursing? ›

1. Rasmussen University Nursing School
  • Rasmussen University has a 100% acceptance rate for students who complete the required application and education requirements. There are no waitlists or prerequisite courses at most of their 23 campus locations.
  • Students must complete the following for acceptance into the program:

Which state has the easiest nursing program? ›

With an acceptance rate of 94%, Eastern Kentucky University is one of the easiest nursing schools to get into and earn an Associate of Science in Nursing degree.

What is the easiest nurse to be? ›

Low-Stress Nursing Careers
  1. Nurse Educator. This is one of the least stressful nursing jobs available. ...
  2. School Nurse/Summer Camp Nurse. If you love children, this might be the perfect opportunity for you. ...
  3. Nurse Administrator. ...
  4. Public Health Nurse. ...
  5. Nurse Researcher. ...
  6. Nurse Informaticist. ...
  7. Case Management Nurse. ...
  8. Home Health Nurse.
Sep 30, 2020

What is the lowest GPA for nursing? ›

While most nursing schools set their minimum GPA requirements at 3.0, there are accelerated nursing programs out there that accept students with 2.7 and 2.8 GPAs. Keep in mind that this doesn't mean you'd receive a lesser nursing education with these programs.

Is nursing school harder than other degrees? ›

Nursing requires more dedication than many other careers. However, it's one of the most rewarding jobs you can have. Nursing school is notoriously difficult—and it's not for everyone. Graduate school is challenging as well.

Is a 3.3 GPA bad for nursing school? ›

GPA requirements vary from school to school, and some early admission nursing programs require an even higher GPA of at least 3.8 or higher (weighted or unweighted). In general, you can expect that any highly competitive nursing program will have a high GPA requirement for applicants.

What state has the lowest paying nurses? ›

The lowest-paying states are South Dakota ($60,540), Alabama ($61,920), Mississippi ($63,130), Iowa ($64,990), and Arkansas ($65,810).

What states pay nurses the least? ›

As of 2021, Hawaii tops the list at 119.3, while Mississippi comes in lowest, at 87.8. Adjusting each state's average RN salary by its cost of living index gives us a potentially more accurate means of comparing where nurses get paid the most.

Which state has the highest nursing shortage? ›

California has the worst nursing shortage in the United States. It's predicted that by 2030, California will be in need of over 44,000 nurses.

What is the hardest nursing unit? ›

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses

ICU is an extremely high-pressure environment and these nurses work with patients who have significant injuries and disease with added morbidity risks. Unstable patients require lifesaving interventions and once stabilized, are transferred to a different unit.

What type of nurse is the least stressful? ›

Institutional Nurses

These nurses administer more basic care and typically don't have to work long hours and overnight shifts, so this field of nursing tends to be low-stress. Even with less excitement, these nurses find fulfillment in providing basic and family care to those in need.

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