Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) May 06, 2015
StraighterLine, the low-cost online college course provider, today released “The StraighterLine 2015 Guide to Careers in Nursing" to help students make informed choices around a career in nursing, show how to successfully get started on your degree, and explore nursing career options.
Earning a nursing degree is a big decision and getting started can seem overwhelming. The Careers in Nursing guide walks future nurses through a successful evaluation process that includes finding out if nursing is right for you, comparing degree programs, and determining a successful career path.
Key takeaways from the guide include:
- What does it take to get started in nursing.
- Top jobs and top pay for nurses.
- How to save on your nursing degree and increase your success.
"College tuition has risen four times the rate of inflation while most family’s resources have declined," says Burck Smith, StraighterLine's founder and CEO. "StraighterLine was built to fix that. Our college savings network lets students spend up to 60% less, get real academic credit, and receive the same degree they would have otherwise."
Read an ebook preview here: http://www.straighterline.com/blog/straighterline-guide-to-careers-in-nursing/
Download the guide "Going Back to School: 2015 Guide to Getting Your College Degree" here: http://www.straighterline.com/landing/careers-in-nursing-guide/
StraighterLine solves the number one issue facing students today – the skyrocketing cost of college – with low-cost, high quality online courses that prepare students for success. StraighterLine combines a $99 a month college course subscription with guaranteed credit pathways to accredited degree programs to save up to 60 percent on the total cost of a degree. More than 10,000 students got started with StraighterLine last year.
StraighterLine takes the worry out of transfer with a College Savings Network of nearly 100 accredited colleges that guarantee credit acceptance of StraighterLine courses.
Having been evaluated and recommended by the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT), StraighterLine courses will also be considered by more than 2,000 other colleges and universities for transfer to their degree programs upon request.