Career opportunities for registered nurses with a BSN are likely to be very strong. The Bureau of Labor Statistics predicts that the employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 6 percent from 2021 to 2031, about as fast as the average for all occupations. The median annual wage for a bachelor-prepared nurse is $81,220, with opportunities for increased earning potential through further education and advanced responsibilities. U.S. News & World Report names registered nurses as #8 on its list of 100 Best Jobs.
Graduates of our RN to BSN Online program are excellent communicators and passionate healthcare professionals dedicated to working with diverse populations throughout their healthcare journey. As hospitals continue to focus efforts on better serving the vulnerable and marginalized populations of our communities, nurses graduating from our RN to BSN Online program will be uniquely prepared to support these initiatives through our program’s focus on health equity, population health, and interprofessional practice.
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The program consists of nine core Bachelor of Science in Nursing courses. View a list of these courses, along with descriptions.
Our RN to BSN Online program is flexible with schemas that allow students to complete the program in two semesters (nine months), three semesters (12 months), or five semesters (18 months). Students can switch from full-time to part-time status, as needed.
The RN to BSN Online program does not have prerequisite courses required for admission. Rather, the program includes general education courses that can be taken along with core coursework. Individuals can begin the program without first completing the general education courses; however, it could prolong the time it takes to earn your bachelor’s degree. Note: students must complete statistics before they can take Scientific Basis for Professional Nursing Practice.
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