Many nurses are retiring, while at the same time more people are needing nursing care. Currently, there is also a shortage of nursing faculty, leading to fewer students being admitted to nursing school, exacerbating the shortage of nurses. Walsh University’s online Master of Science in Nursing: Nurse Educator program prepares the next generation of nurses to provide quality care.
Learn more about Walsh University's accredited online BBA program during this webinar led by Chase Senk, Associate Professor in the DeVille School of Business and director for the online BBA program. The online BBA offers concentrations in Accounting, Marketing, and Management and can be completed entirely online.
MBA Program Director Dr. Michael Petrochuk talks about Walsh University, the DeVille School of Business, and the online MBA degree program, which offers tracks in Marketing, Management, or Healthcare Management. Audience questions on the admissions process, online coursework, and more are answered.
The Walsh University experience is all about preparation, and for the exceptional MBA student, that preparation begins before he or she even begins their graduate program.
A nursing career offers incredibly diverse employment options as well as job security. Nurses have the opportunity to work directly with patients, or indirectly in administration, research, or education.
It’s well known that nurses are highly prone to burnout. In early burnout, nurses feel increasing emotional stress and disillusionment related to their job. Later, as burnout progresses, nurses may find that they have difficulty adapting to their work environment. They may begin to have increasingly negative feelings about the workplace.
Nurses are one of the most sought-after professionals in the healthcare industry. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the rise of the aging population results in an ever-higher demand for nurses. Unfortunately, part of the future aging population are the current nurses.