Careers in Nursing with a BSN

Career opportunities for RNs with BSN degrees are substantial. According to projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a seven percent increase in nursing careers by 2029. This growth rate is higher than the national average for many other industries.

Nurses have the option to work in a variety of environments in many different roles. Nursing is a career path that is continuously evolving. Nursing careers typically fall into one of three categories. Direct Patient Care, Indirect Patient Care, and Alternative Nursing Careers. They include jobs such as a Clinical Nurse Educator, Travel Nurse, or Forensic Nurse.

The pay range for nurses varies greatly. With salaries for Registered Nurses ranging from $40k to $100k, nurses who have extended their studies and pursued a BSN are more likely to find a position in the upper echelon.

RN to BSN Program

The RN to BSN degree is a post-licensure program designed for registered nurses who have earned either a diploma or an Associate of Science degree in nursing who desires to advance their personal and professional goals. Building on pre-licensure nursing course work, the program helps adult learners fulfill goals set forth by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.

Our RN to BSN program offers registered nurses many benefits, including:

  • Flexible learning format
  • Enhancement of leadership skills designed to meet the needs of the adult learner
  • Financial aid available for those who qualify
  • Transfer of credit evaluation

This Option is only Available entirely Online

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