The CNA to Nursing Pathway helps Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs) transition into Registered Nurses (RNs). As a CNA, you’ve already gained critical experience needed to become a registered nurse. This puts you in an ideal position to continue your training and further your career.
Now you have the opportunity to earn your degree while still working as a CNA. To help you take the next step, all CNAs are eligible for a $900 scholarship for our BSN program.
Here’s a look at how taking the time to earn your BSN degree will pay off in the long run:
BSN-trained nurses typically receive higher salaries, management positions, and job opportunities. The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) has found that 86.3% of employers now require or strongly prefer nurses with a bachelor’s degree. Take a look at how earning your BSN can benefit your career path and job outlook below:
Growth Projections 2016 through 2026*
Annual Job Openings
BSN-trained nurses have more job opportunities, and can receive different job placements than CNAs and LPN/LVNs. Take a look at the jobs that are available to each tier of nursing certification.
BSN-trained nurses also have the ability to work in nursing specialties such as:
Clinical Research Nurse
Case Management Nurse
Burn Care Nurse
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program at Provo College
At Provo College, we offer an accelerated BSN program that will prepare you for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam. Not only will you gain invaluable skills, but you’ll benefit from the convenience of completing 80% of our program online. Our flexible schedules provide an alternative solution for students who work full-time, or who may have a family. With the BSN program at Provo College, you can earn your degree in as little as 36 months.
There are many benefits to the BSN Program at Provo College, including:
$900 scholarship for CNAs
No Waitlist to get in
Transfer credit policy
No prerequisite courses required
Graduate in as little as 36 months
Exam passing assistance
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