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Year by year, the demand for college-educated workers grows. By 2020, 65% of all jobs will require a college education. In healthcare, it is anticipated that 83.5% of jobs will require an Associates degree and 94% will require at least some college education. So it makes sense to include college education as a part of your career development plan. That’s why BHMT provides a wide variety of college education options for eligible employees. Check out the degree programs below to see which one(s) might be good for you.


The RN to BSN Program is a specialized Degree Completion Program for KP’s licensed RNs pursuing their BSN degree. Participants in this program have a maximum of $16,500 available that can be used for tuition, fees and books at one of the BHMT partner schools. Take advantage of the exclusive reductions in tuition and fees at each of our provider schools.


If you have little or no college education, an Associate’s degree might be a great place to start. You can test the waters in an Associate’s program and the degree can help improve your qualifications for certain jobs within KP. Plus you may continue with additional degrees.


Whether you are interested in business administration, nursing, accounting, informatics, or another concentration, a Bachelor’s degree signals that you have the knowledge and training necessary to handle the demands of your field beyond the entry level.


Master’s degree programs provide training for mid- to senior-level and specialty positions. The Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) prepares students for positions in nurse management, nurse and patient education and nursing specializations. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) prepares students for mid-level to senior management positions in business, healthcare administration, and more.