As a broad metric, the more experience and education Registered Nurses (RNs) have, the higher their earning power. RNs with a diploma are more likely to move up on the pay scale when they enroll and complete a Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN program than if they opt not to. The BSN also lays the foundation for higher post graduate study. When compared to on-campus BSN programs, Online Bachelor of Science in Nursing - RN to BSN programs offer a more flexible schedule besides being more affordable.
Below are some of the most frequently asked queries our training team get from students-
- Will my diploma say "online" degree?
- I am an RN, How do I earn the BSN?
- Is the program accredited?
- How are my achievements in nursing recognized?
- How many credits will I need to graduate?
- What difference will a BSN degree make in my ability to practice nursing?
- Whom do I talk to if I have more questions or if I want to apply?
No. You will receive the same degree as our on-campus diplomas.
The RN/BSN program is designed for the RN with an associate degree or diploma who seeks a bachelor's degree in nursing. The program consists of liberal education requirements, foundation and concentrated nursing courses.
Yes, Unitek College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC)
The RN/BSN program is designed to build on your experience as a registered nurse.
The number of credits that you will require for graduation will be dependent on an evaluation of your transcript(s). Please proceed to contact an admissions advisor to schedule an evaluation.
The only constant in nursing today is change, and a BSN education will allow you to manage change, not be managed by it. An emphasis on leadership and management skills facilitates upward mobility. Competence in areas of health promotion, health teaching, culture and information technology is developed along with skill in holistic nursing interventions. BSN education in nursing provides a foundation for graduate study.