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There has never been more demand for qualified and skilled healthcare professionals—especially nurses. But, as many working nurses are finding out, they can only go as far as their education will take them. Many RNs with nursing diplomas and associate degrees in nursing—though excellent in providing patient care—are being passed by for promotion or career-defining opportunities as more hospitals and healthcare systems work toward magnet status.
Is it time you took your education to the next level with an accredited bachelor’s degree in nursing? Then it’s time for you to pursue your RN to BSN degree at Bryant & Stratton College—online.
Our RN to BSN online program gives Nursing degree graduates who have obtained their RN licensure the chance to continue their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in nursing. From healthcare policy to nursing leadership, curriculum for this flexible RN to BSN online program helps registered nurses develop a stronger foundation in skills beyond the strict clinical side of the nursing profession. Students will develop vital research and leadership skills in order to gain opportunities for career advancement in hospitals, clinics, and healthcare systems.
Admission to the RN to BSN degree program is based on the evaluation of transcripts and individual advisement. Students are required to complete the requirements of the Nursing Generalist degree program, as most nursing, biology, and liberal arts courses transfer into the RN to BSN degree program. Plus, you have the option to take classes at our Virginia campus or online, earning your degree on your schedule and at your own pace.
*The RN to BSN program for a baccalaureate degree is offered exclusively online for residents of Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Bryant & Stratton College Online Education division is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791. www.ccneaccreditation.org
Online or on campus in Virginia, the accredited RN to BSN degree-completion program gives registered nurses like you the ability to move up from a diploma or associate degree level to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Coursework and lab components are designed to give you the ability to:
Online RN-BSN Handbook
Campus RN-BSN Handbook
RN to BSN Academic Program Disclosures
The nursing bachelor's completion degree program is available for study with Bryant & Stratton College online. It’s designed to give nursing professionals the flexibility needed to continue working in the field of health care while earning the degree needed to advance in it. They can continue to pursue their academic goals without sacrificing their careers.
The online RN to BSN degree program offers the same outcomes and curriculum as our campus-based program but with the added convenience of an online program. Students can expect to receive the same personal touch and support as provided by our campus faculty and staff.
Credits earned in online classes at Bryant & Stratton College are the same as credits earned in campus-based classes at Bryant & Stratton College.
Note: This RN to BSN online program is exclusively available for residents of Ohio, Virginia, and Wisconsin.
RNs can prepare for leadership roles in nursing with an RN to BSN bachelor’s degree completion program. With an understanding of ethical, legal, and regulatory frameworks, graduates with this degree can pursue roles as charge nurses, nurse managers, or nurse educators. The program’s focus on developing topics like gerontology, transcultural nursing, and management and leadership equips graduates for these roles.
Major Requirements - 62 credits (Total Requirements - 122 credits)
To learn more about the courses in the RN to BSN degree program, please consult our course catalog.
Are you ready to take your nursing skills to the next level? Pursue your BSN online with a degree completion program from Bryant & Stratton College. Get the conversation started here.