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Nursing Programs

With the wide variety of work opportunities that are now available to registered nurses, the nursing profession has never before had such a demand for highly skills health care workers as they do at this moment. From world-renowned inpatient hospitals to clinics, private practices and global health agencies, the opportunities for registered nurses abound.

Becker College has been educating and delivering compassionate, competent and dynamic women and men into the nursing profession since 1982. Our ASN program and BSN program graduates consistently achieve a high, first-time NCLEX-RN percentile ranking. Whether you are just starting out, looking to change your career or seek advancement in your nursing career, consider one of the highly engaging nursing programs at Becker College.

Our department is a member of the Massachusetts Association of Colleges of Nursing (MACN).

The Becker College Nursing Department has three separate nursing programs; Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN), Pre-licensure Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN), and the RN to BSN program.

The Organization of Nurse Leaders (ONL) and New England Regional Black Nurses Association (NERBNA), have established a new position statement on social justice in both the practice of nursing and the professional development of nurses. This includes The Nurse’s Pledge to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity which we invite all professional nurses to take immediately (ONL, 2020).

 

The Nurse’s Pledge to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusivity

As a nurse, I pledge to:

Actively listen to learn.

Champion strategies that advance equity.

See, hear, and accept people from every race and culture.

Promote the practice of self-assessment for unconscious biases.

Examine my practice and consider methods I can employ to stop contributing to systemic racism.

Be anti-racist, and stand with and stand up for, those with racially and culturally diverse backgrounds.

Foster a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusivity.

Increase diversity within my sphere of influence.

Advocate for anti-racist training in formal education.

Hold myself and others accountable to committing to reforms and action.

Pursue social justice by listening and engaging in dialogue with others, even when it is uncomfortable.

Support legislative efforts aimed at eliminating racism and discrimination and supporting basic human rights.

Educate myself about systemic injustice, and then use my trusted voice to influence and educate others.

 

 

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Published on: July 13, 2020

The Becker College varsity esports team competed in the Tespa Overwatch Collegiate National Championship playoffs that began on Saturday. Becker’s squad was one of only 64 to earn a seed in the playoffs, out of an original 612 teams that kicked off the competition during the fall season.

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