The nursing degree programs at New England Institute of Technology (NEIT) have been achieving break-out success. Not only are both the associate and bachelor’s degree programs growing, but our bachelor in science degree has been recognized in prominent national rankings.
Most impressive of all has been the student NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination) scores. NCLEX is a nationwide examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States.
“Recently, our six-month NCLEX report stated 34 NEIT students taking their boards earned a pass rate of 100%,” says Dr. Dayle Joseph, Assistant Provost and Director of Nursing. “As educators, we’ve learned a lot about how to help students successfully pass this exam, and it’s been gratifying for all involved to see such successful results.”
The bachelor’s program can now be completed in 6 rather than 7 quarters for most students, although it can be completed in as little as 12 months for students enrolled full-time.
As a testament to the quality and value of online bachelor’s degree in nursing, NEIT was recently ranked 25 in the country in the Top 50 Best Value Online RN to BSN Programs in 2017 rankings. NEIT’s online RN to BSN program was also ranked number 5 in the country by Top RN to BSN. In addition, NEIT was ranked by US News & World Report as number 8 in the country overall for its online bachelor’s programs – with nursing being NEIT’s largest online program.
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