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Registered Nurses
EARN YOUR BSN In as little as 12 months

  • Why earn a BSN? Maximize your career outlook by enrolling in an RN to BSN program.

    As an RN, you know that some of the most exciting career opportunities require that you possess a bachelor's degree in nursing. Having a BSN can open doors to well paying, interesting jobs which afford you with opportunities to provide outstanding care for your patients. Fortunately, college programs which lead to a BSN may be completed online or on campus. You will be able to select a program which fits your schedule.

  • How do I get started?Enroll in a program that allows you to learn while working.

    Select a program which affords you with the opportunity to earn your degree, keep working, and live your life. Check with your employer to see if tuition reimbursement is available. Explore other funding options.

    Enroll in a program which starts soon. You may begin classes within weeks if you select a college which has a rolling enrollment policy. Credit may be awarded for coursework which you have already completed. If you have expertise in a subject, you may be able to test out of a course. This will save you time and money.

  • How long will it take?A registered nurse can obtain a BSN in as little as a year.

    Programs are available which afford you with the opportunity to earn your BSN within one and one half years. It is possible to earn your BSN in as few as three semesters. You may be able to complete the course requirements in a shorter time than that depending upon how much time you choose to devote to your studies. Often, courses may be completed within weeks, rather than months. Since you already have hands on nursing experience, you may be able to complete the entire process online, with no further clinical experience required.

  • Online or on campus?High quality, accredited options are available to fit your learning preference.

    That depends entirely upon you. Both offer high quality programs. Graduates of online and on campus degree programs are highly sought after. Some students choose to take both types of courses.

    If you are considering taking on campus courses, find out if classes are offered at times which fit into your lifestyle. Determine if the campus is conveniently located.

    If an on campus program is not convenient, or if you have children, an online program may be perfect for you. Many students state that they are able to learn better as working online affords them more freedom and creates less stress.

    Online college programs afford you with the opportunity to work on your classes from the convenience of your own home. You will get opportunities to interact with teachers and other students via the internet.

  • Career options?Broaden your career outlook with a BSN.

    Your BSN degree will be looked upon favorably, regardless of what kind of nursing you choose to do. While having a BSN is not required by law to work as a nurse, more and more health care providers are only hiring RNs who possess a BSN. You will have opportunities to work in a wide array of inpatient and outpatient settings.

    Having a BSN is required in many fields of nursing. Public health nursing is a challenging and rewarding option which requires a BSN degree.

    If you choose to join the military, you must have your BSN. As an RN who has a BSN degree, you may enter the service as a military officer and reap the many benefits which are provided by that role.

    You may enjoy becoming a nursing supervisor, or unit manager. You need to have your BSN if you want to become a school nurse. Having your BSN will make you eligible to become a patient educator. You may decide to explore a new exciting career path as a patient navigator. Quality assurance, discharge planning, and nurse recruiter positions will be options too. Having your BSN will open many doors for you. You will be eligible for a vast array of positions which offer great salaries and benefits.

  • Will a BSN advance my career?Obtaining your BSN may be essential depending on your ultimate career goals.

    Should you want to further your career, and become a nurse practitioner, clinical nurse specialist, educator, or researcher, obtaining your BSN is the next step towards reaching your goal. Depending upon the coursework while working toward your BSN, which you complete, your credits may be applied to a master's degree program.

  • What do I do now?Directory of Accredited Nursing Schools can help you get started.

    If you would like more information about how to start working on your BSN or if you have questions: