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Take a nursing course, or further your education here and earn a discount!

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine and the American Nurses Association (ANA) have joined together to offer a special partnership tuition rate to all ANA members who enroll in the College’s online programs. This partner rate amounts to an approximately 15% reduction on tuition and can be applied to a single course for non-matriculated students or a full certificate or degree program.

Nursing Programs

SJC offers a variety of distance learning programs, including several CCNE-accredited online nursing degrees and post-graduate certificates.

RN to BSN

An online RN-BSN program (where you can complete nursing courses first in as little as 9 months, and earn up to three free course vouchers to be used towards any remaining general education requirements!)

MSN with five tracks

An online MSN degree with five tracks to choose from:

  • Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP
  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP
  • Psychiatric Mental Health NP
  • Education
  • Administration

Dual Master’s

Dual Master’s programs:

  • MSN/MBA (nursing + business)
  • MSN/MHA (nursing + health administration)

Certificates

Post-Graduate NP Certificates

  • FNP Post-Master’s
  • Adult Gerontology Acute Care NP
  • Adult Gerontological Primary Care NP
FNP student practices suturing
Nursing professor works one on one with FNP student
professor teaches suturing to a nursing student

All of our nursing programs offer rolling admission and four start dates per year.

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Online Admissions Office

Hours: Monday to Friday, along with some evening hours by appointment

Call: 800-752-4723

Email: onlineadmissions@sjcme.edu

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About Saint Joseph’s

Saint Joseph’s College of Maine is where community grows – on campus, online, and around the world. Since its founding in 1912 by the Sisters of Mercy, the College has transformed learners into leaders who sustain their communities. Our mix of classroom, experiential, and professional learning, we offer immersive career readiness on a liberal arts foundation.