March 6, 2023
Program Answers Increasing Demand for Well-Trained Nurses in the Health Care Field
RIVERSIDE, Calif.—The Board of Registered Nursing (BRN) recently granted approval for the Marsha Fuerst School of Nursing (MFSON) to bring its dynamic Associate of Arts in Nursing (RN) program to its new Riverside Campus. Tailored for individuals who want to become Registered Nurses, the two-year program incorporates rigorous classroom curriculum with relevant hands-on clinical experience.
“We are excited to bring our highly sought-after RN program to our new Riverside Campus,” Executive Dean Nursing Gloria Blatti-DiGennaro shared. “This program has yielded an impressive pass rate on the NCLEX-RN exam—which means our graduates are completing it with the skills and knowledge they need to thrive in the nursing field.”
The Marsha Fuerst School of Nursing is dedicated to staying on the leading edge of nursing education. Students learn from committed faculty in a supportive environment—all with the goal of seeing them succeed in a rapidly changing health care field.
“The need for well qualified nurses is greater than ever,” Blatti-DiGennaro explained. “Bringing our RN program to a new campus is yet another way Marsha Fuerst School of Nursing continues to do its part to answer that growing demand. We are confident these individuals will go on to make an incredible impact on not just the lives of the patients they serve, but on their families and communities as well.”