RN-BSN Bachelor of Science
Earn your RN to BSN completely online.
As a nurse, you know it takes skills and determination to move your career in health care forward. Harrison College’s RN to BSN nursing program can help you achieve your professional goals.
Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), the Harrison bachelor’s degree in nursing is designed to meet the needs of professional registered nurses who are currently employed.
Our RN to BSN courses give you flexible learning options, with classes being offered on through distance learning in our 100% online RN to BSN degree program.
Even in our distance learning nursing program, you’ll receive the personal support you need. All of our online classes have specialized mentorship from MSN-prepared instructors.
Harrison's RN to BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and structured to meet the needs of professional registered nurses who are currently employed. Our flexible schedule empowers you to continue working and providing for your family while you obtain your degree. With competitive pricing, scholarships and community partnerships, you will have the support you need to return to school while you work.
Students who have been successful in the RN-BSN program have:
- An RN license in the state where they reside
- A desire to further their nursing career by obtaining their BSN
- A passion for working with and educating their patients
As a registered nurse, you will administer nursing care to individuals, families and communities in a variety of health care settings. You will provide and manage care for patients across their lifespan in collaboration with other members of a health care team. With a nursing degree, you will even have the opportunity to advance your career to a leadership or management position as well.
Salary & Employment
According to O*Net, registered nurses make an average of $66,220 annually, and employment is projected to grow 15-20 percent from 2012-2022, which is faster than average. O*Net also states that a nurse manager, director of nursing or other leadership/management level nurse makes an average of $90,940 annually.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics states that “growth will occur for a number of reasons, including an increased emphasis on preventative care; growing rates of chronic conditions, such as diabetes and obesity; and demand for health care services from the baby boomer population, as they live longer and more active lives.”
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