One More Stride Toward Our Future Health Care Workforce: Bryan College of Health Sciences Posts Record Enrollment for Third Consecutive Year
Lincoln, NE (September 9, 2020) – Bryan College of Health Sciences is making strides toward a stronger future health care workforce with record total enrollment of 790 students pursuing health related fields for the fall 2020 semester. It is the third straight year the institution has set a record enrollment.
“Our growth is, in part, due to the meaningful pathways designed by our dedicated faculty and staff who work very hard to ensure students have access to and thrive in our quality environment,” said Stacy Dam, dean of enrollment management, Bryan College of Health Sciences.
“We are thankful for our students and families who entrust us to build this quality environment that leads to high board pass rates, acceptance to graduate schools and 100 percent employment post-graduation.”
Established in 1926, Bryan College of Health Sciences is part of Bryan Medical Center in Lincoln, Nebraska. The institution is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and specialized accrediting agencies in health care education. Multiple collaborations with other higher learning institutions across the state were established this past year to benefit students and their families for continued growth into the future:
Diverse student enrollment doubled to 20 percent of total enrollment over the past three years
Created partnership with Concordia University Nebraska to offer dual degree programs in biology and nursing
Established feasibility study with Hastings College and Mary Lanning Healthcare to facilitate a new Bryan College campus and nursing program in central Nebraska
Signed dual admission agreements with Mid-Plains Community College in North Platte and Central Community College in Grand Island
Bryan College of Health Sciences offers undergraduate programs in biomedical sciences, healthcare studies, health professions, nursing and sonography/ultrasound. The College also provides a masters of science in nursing degree. Doctoral degrees are available in nurse anesthesia practice and nursing education. More than 6,000 students have graduated from Bryan College of Health Sciences and its predecessor institutions over the last century.
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