Weller Academic Building, Third Floor
61 Sever Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Becker College has been educating caring and committed women and men to enter the nursing profession since 1982. Our pre-licensure nursing graduates had a 99 percent first-time NCLEX pass rate in 2011. This placed our nursing program #1 among undergraduate nursing programs in Massachusetts, and #1 of all associate’s degree programs. Whether you are just starting out, looking to change your career, or seek advancement in your nursing career, consider the nursing program at Becker College. Becker College offers pre- and post-licensure nursing education options.
If you are new to the nursing profession:
The two-year associate of science in nursing program (ASN) prepares the student for entry-level nursing practice and the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN). The program is:
The four-year bachelor of science in nursing program (BSN) combines nursing and liberal arts curricula for a progressive, quality education. It prepares the graduate to assume the role of a registered nurse in direct care patients in acute-care, long-term care, and community or ambulatory-care settings, as well as for entry into graduate level programs.
If you are a practicing RN with an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing seeking to advance your career:
The RN to BSN program enables you to earn a bachelor of science in nursing, typically within two years. Graduates from the RN to BSN program acquire a deeper and broader level of assessment, communication, critical thinking, and technical skills. The RN to BSN program provides students with the theory and competencies for professional practice and community health assessment and leadership, as well as research competencies to serve as a foundation for graduate study in nursing.
We invite you to explore Becker College’s nursing programs by calling 877.523.2537 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will demonstrate the ability to provide nursing care across the lifespan, adapted to the health care consumer’s physiological, psychological, socio-cultural, developmental, and spiritual dimensions of health.
Students will demonstrate the ability to use critical reasoning and best current evidence to make nursing care decisions.
Students will demonstrate the ability to use informatics and technology to manage information, minimize error, and achieve defined health care outcomes.
Students will demonstrate the ability to provide nursing care that protects health care consumers and health care personnel from health and environmental hazards.
Massachusetts Board of Registration in Nursing (BORN)
239 Causeway Street
5th Floor, Suite 200
Boston, MA 02114
National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission, Inc. (NLNAC)
3343 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, GA 30326
View the curriculum for Becker College’s nursing and health science program: nursing (RN to BSN).Learn more about the nursing (RN to BSN) curriculum at Becker
View the curriculum for Becker College’s nursing and health science program: nursing (associate's).Learn more about the nursing (associate's) curriculum at Becker
View the curriculum for Becker College’s nursing and health science program: nursing (BSN).Learn more about the nursing (BSN) curriculum at Becker
Find out more about our program through Frequently Asked Questions. For more information, you can also contact the Office of Admissions or our faculty and staff.Get all the information you need about deadlines and how to submit your application.
The nursing handbook has been compiled in order to present information relevant to your studies as a nursing student. You are responsible for knowing and understanding the policies found in this handbook. If you have any questions about the information contained in this handbook, please ask for clarification.Department of Nursing Program Student Handbook