Published December 1983
by Natl League for Nursing .
Written in English
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All schools in the sample had baccalaureate nursing programs; (43%) also had master's programs; and 26 (9%) provided doctoral study in nursing. Not all respondents supplied information on the Cited by: 6. An Accredited Provider must have a currently licensed registered nurse who holds a graduate degree, and either the graduate degree or baccalaureate degree must be in nursing. Initial applicants may receive accreditation for up to two years, and re-accrediting applicants may receive accreditation for up to four years. View fee schedule. Complete. Baccalaureate Education in Nursing. sponsorship and making higher degree a criteria for promotion to motivate and encourage nurses to advance education in Nursing. the baccalaureate degree. Because of the nursing shortage and a demand for maximum enrollment, a group of five baccalaureate and seven associate degree nursing programs in West Texas first met in to form the West.