BSN Program

Earn your BSN degree
in as little as 36 months

Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, We Have Expanded the Use of Our Distance Education Platform to Offer More Online Classes in This Program Until Further Notice.

Earn your BSN 80% Online with No Wait List

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Overview

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program at Provo College will prepare you for a rich career in nursing. Not only do BSN-trained nurses have broader, higher-paying career opportunities, successful graduates of the Provo College BSN program can advance their nursing careers by sitting for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam. Since our hybrid format ensures that the majority of courses are offered online, our Bachelor of Nursing program is highly regarded for its convenient schedule that’s perfect for busy parents and working adults. With a bachelor’s degree in nursing , you can choose to practice in a variety of healthcare settings including long-term care, complex and critical care, school nursing, home health, and community health nursing. Change your future with Provo College.

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80% Online

80% Online

No Wait List

No Wait List

No Prerequisite Courses

No Prerequisite Courses

Transfer Credit Policy

Transfer Credit Policy

Annual median salary for registered nurses in Utah: $61,470.

Source: Utah Department of Workforce Services

What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

You can become a Registered Nurse (RN) without a bachelor’s degree, but BSN-trained nurses have broader, higher-paying career options. For many career nurses, the extra step is well worth it, especially for the employment opportunities it can provide.

An RN is a license, and a BSN is a degree. To become a licensed RN, the first step is to enroll in a pre-licensure nursing program. Some programs lead to an associate degree and some to a BSN degree. An Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN) can be obtained in about two years, while a BSN degree often requires three or four years of study. This is because a BSN degree equips nurses with the tools and experience necessary to advance their careers.

BSN program costs can be influenced by several factors, such as your goals and finances. At Provo College, there are various financial aid options available. Please contact a school representative for more information.

At Provo College, You can obtain a BSN degree in as little as 36 months.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program prepares graduates to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam and practice as Registered Nurses. Employment settings include but are not limited to: long-term care, acute care, complex and critical care, school nursing, home health, and community health nursing. In addition, graduates are prepared for leadership and management positions.

Click here to read our licensure disclosure.

Nurses with BSN degrees usually receive higher salaries than associate’s degree graduates. Statistics from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) revealed that the average salary of an RN was $66,620, while the average salary for a BSN holder was $75,484.

At Provo College, you will find convenient schedules for hard-working adults. The BSN program is offered in a hybrid format, with 80% of the courses offered online.

Earn Your BSN 80% Online & No Wait List to Get In

Nursing graduates are trained in:

  • Patient care
  • Nursing fundamentals
  • Pharmacology
  • Therapeutic treatment interventions
  • Medical/surgical nursing
  • Leadership
  • Mental health nursing
  • Mother/baby and pediatric nursing
  • Licensure examination preparation

Serving Nursing Students in all of Utah County:

Provo, UT Alpine, UT American Fork, UT
Cedar Fort, UT Cedar Hills, UT Draper, UT
Eagle Mountain, UT Elk Ridge, UT Highland, UT
Lehi, UT Lindon, UT Mapleton, UT
Orem, UT Payson, UT Pleasant Grove, UT
Salem, UT Santaquin, UT Saratoga Springs, UT
Spanish Fork, UT Springville, UT Vineyard, UT
Woodland Hills, UT

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is CCNE Accredited.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Provo College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

Public Notice of CCNE Accreditation Visit

Invitation for Third-Party Comments

Provo College will host an on-site accreditation visit by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) for continuing accreditation of its baccalaureate program on February 3, 4, 5, 2021.

In accordance with its Procedures for Accreditation of Baccalaureate and Graduate Nursing Programs, CCNE provides the opportunity for program constituents (students, faculty, alumni, employers, clinical agencies and the public) and other interested parties to submit, in writing, comments concerning the program’s qualifications for accreditation status. Written third-party comments will be received by CCNE until 21 days before the scheduled on-site evaluation – January 13, 2021.

You are invited to share your comments regarding the Provo College Bachelor of Science and RN-to-BSN programs to CCNE by January 13, 2021. CCNE shares third-party comments only with the evaluation team. At no time during the review process are these comments shared with the hosting program. However, all compliance concerns related to the accreditation standards will be identified in the accreditation report, and the program will have an opportunity to respond to those concerns as part of its response to that report.

If you would like to submit a third-party comment regarding the baccalaureate program, please submit to: [email protected]

Or, if you prefer, comments can be mailed to: Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Attn: Third-Party Comments 655 K St., NW, Suite 750 Washington, DC 20001

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