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Striving to meet a need for nurses

A looming national shortage of nurses is prompting the University of South Dakota to look at expanding its two-year associate program to include a four-year bachelor-level degree.

Last week, the state Board of Regents gave USD its blessing to look at expanding its program, in large part because of the regents’ recognition of the need, board executive director Jack Warner said.

“In addition to shortages that are projected, there is also an awareness that many associate degree graduates, if they want upward mobility in their professions, they’re going to need a bachelor degree,” Warner said.

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