Bette Bogdan, Ph.D.

Administrative Faculty and Chair,
Department of Nursing

Dr. Bette Bogdan holds her PhD in Nursing Administration and Education from William Carey University, a Masters in Nursing from American Sentinel and a BSN from Regis University, Denver. She was the Founder and Chair of the New England Vascular Access Network, and currently serves on the  New Hampshire Board of Nursing Practice and Education Committee, Awards Committee Member of Region 3 Sigma Theta Tau, Leadership Succession Committee Member of Psi Upsilon Sigma Theta Tau, Taskforce member for  the Omaha Systems Health Care Workers Resource, and Editor in Chief for StatPearls for the Case Management, Community Health, and Professional Ethics texts. Bette has presented nationally on Formative Feedback to Promote a Growth Mindset, Incivility, Emergency Preparedness, and Best Practice in Competency Based Online Nursing Education. In her free time she enjoys working on antique cars, playing golf, sailing, and riding her Harley Davidson.   

 

Education

  • Doctorate in Nursing Education and Administration
    William Carey University
  • Bachelor's in Nursing
    REGIS University
  • Master's in Nursing
    American Sentinel University

Research Interests

Population Health, Student Success

Program Affiliations

BSN to MSN Master of Science

Earning your Master’s in Nursing means you’re ready to become a leader in the healthcare field. If you’re a registered nurse with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, this is the next step on the path to be a nurse educator or nurse manager. With an MSN from ACE, students gain greater knowledge and expertise, potential for career advancement or extension through a different role, and more variety in career options.

31

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RN to MSN Master of Science

Turn your RN into an MSN with this accelerated program that also allows you to earn a bachelor’s degree on the way to your master’s. Designed to help you excel in evidence-based decision making, informatics, global perspectives and innovative thinking, this program prepares graduates to serve in educational or administrative roles in nursing.

55

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RN to BSN Bachelor of Science

Earning a BSN means you’ll have advanced nursing knowledge and expanded professional skills to excel in a global and increasingly complex healthcare system. Nurses with a BSN qualify for more jobs and earn higher salaries than associate degree nurses.

30

Semester Credits

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