Fortis & Denver College of Nursing: Your #1 Nursing Educators

Advance Your Nursing Career with a MSN Degree

We are proud to announce that Fortis Colleges & Institutes and Denver College of Nursing (DCN) are teaming up to bring nursing students an enhanced learning experience!

Fortis Colleges & Institutes and DCN have developed an articulation agreement that now enables Fortis nursing students to transfer their nursing credits directly into DCN’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) programs –but there’s more good news. With DCN’s programs designed by nurses for nurses, we understand the busy lifestyle of a working RN, that’s why both nursing programs are fully online, giving you the convenience of an online-learning experience that’s not harsh on your time or your budget.

Even if you’re currently working hard to earn your associate degree in nursing at Fortis, grab ahold of your future by planning ahead now and consider DCN’s two fully online nursing programs: RN-to-BSN and MSN and become the well-rounded, highly respectable nursing professional that you aspire to be.

Why Denver College of Nursing?

DCN is a private single-purpose college focused on nursing and strives to prepare future healthcare providers and leaders to transform the lives of persons and communities through innovative nursing education.

  • Scholarships exclusively available to Fortis nursing graduates
  • Fully online RN to BSN and MSN program
  • Program can be completed in little as 15-18 months
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • Network with other peer professionals

To be accepted, an applicant must hold an unencumbered state license to practice as a registered nurse (RN) in their home state. The applicant must also have worked as a registered nurse for at least one year. Applicants must submit an official transcript to the Dean of Nursing Education Programs (or the Dean’s designee) indicating graduation from a nationally accredited baccalaureate nursing program. Transcripts will not be accepted after the first term.

DCN is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), ( www.hlcommission.org) (800‐621‐7440). Its associate and baccalaureate programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326 (404‐975‐5000).

Please visit  www.denvercollegeofnursing.edu or call 800-491-3232 for more information.