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Nursing education graduate program honored by The Princeton Review

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UNG's Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in nursing education provides flexibility for registered nurses within their busy schedules. The program was recently recognized by The Princeton Review for its quality.

The University of North Georgia (UNG) has been named to The Princeton Review's 2021 Top Online Nursing Programs. UNG was one of six schools from Georgia and one of 189 nationally to make the list.

The recognition is for UNG's Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in nursing education, which offers two-year and three-year fully online options.

"This flexibility allows registered nurses the ability to take their education to the next level despite their busy schedules," said Dr. Vanessa Jones, director of graduate nursing studies and assistant professor at UNG. "Our program prepares nurse educators for both academic and clinical settings, providing several career options after graduation. We are proud of the program we have at UNG."

She was grateful to see those efforts noticed.

"Recognition by The Princeton Review as one of the best online nursing school master's programs provides additional visibility," Jones said. "Our goal is to lead nurses within and beyond the northeast Georgia region to consider UNG for their graduate education."

More info on how The Princeton Review evaluated UNG is available on the group's website.

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