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5 Telltale Signs That There’s an Associate Degree in Nursing in Your Future

Concorde Staff
Concorde Staff
Updated August 25, 2021. The information contained in this blog is current and accurate as of this date.

In the process of considering which health care degree might be a good fit? A Degree in Nursing might be for you if you answer yes to any of the following statements:

1. You’re interested in training for a flexible and rewarding career in health care?

There are a multitude of ways that nurses impact the lives of their patients and families. Nurses touch many lives, whether it involves hands-on care, advocacy, collaboration with multidisciplinary teams or support through technological roles. There is rarely a “typical” day in nursing. According to The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 7 percent by 2029.








2. You’re seeking a degree that may prepare you for various career opportunities?

ASN degrees may lead you to various careers, including home health care services, nursing care facilities, doctor’s offices, insurance patient liaisons, or even pharmaceutical sales. According to, here are 10 jobs you can get with an Associate Degree in Nursing.







3. You thrive in a team environment.

One of the benefits to working in health care is that you’re constantly collaborating with a team of experts. Together, you’re problem-solving and making sure you’re delivering unrivaled healthcare. Working as a team means you continue to learn from those around you. According to, teamwork is critical to the career of nursing.








4. You are intrigued by hands-on learning in an academic curriculum?

The nursing courses at Concorde are a mix of classroom learning, hands-on learning, and real-life experiences in a clinical setting. Clinicals are comprised of immersive experiences in actual clinical settings with real patients. You will get the opportunity to practice what you learn in class. In addition to classes and clinicals, we offer online academic success coaches and nursing tutors to help develop your expertise within the field.






5. You’re ready to hit the ground running.

An ASN is an ideal option for those looking to train to enter the nursing workforce in less time than traditional college or university settings. The Concorde nursing program curriculum may be completed in as few as 21 months. It is a great choice for individuals who want to prepare for a rewarding career with opportunities for both academic and clinical advancement.







The benefits of a nursing education can be endless. Are you ready to take the next step and put your passion to work every day? To learn more about our requirements, prerequisites and expectations to become a nurse, call us today!