By Frank Stanko
The nursing program at North Dakota State College of Science is on its way to a healthy future.
Earlier in December, the college announced that beginning in 2019, there will be a new class of associate in applied science registered nursing students each fall.
“The additional (classes) will produce 22 nursing students annually, an action that directly addresses the region’s nursing workforce shortage,” NDSCS stated in a release. “NDSCS will soon begin seeking additional nursing instructors to meet the existing and expanded instructional needs of the department.”
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