RN to BSN Program

Earn Your BSN Online

Program Overview

In as little as 20 months, you can earn your BSN degree and advance your career! Provo College equips registered nurses with the credentials they need to seek management positions, higher salaries, and leadership roles.

The RN to BSN program will provide you with an in-depth exploration of evidence-based practices that can be applied on the job. The program is ideal for busy healthcare professionals, as students have the flexibility of online coursework and a curriculum that matches their career goals. At Provo College, you can gain invaluable training that opens doors.

80% Online

Online Classes

Transfer Credit Policy

Transfer Credit Policy

Accredited

CCNE Accredited

Program Length

20 Month Program*

What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

Which comes first, RN or BSN?

Nurses with BSN degrees will often mention both their degree and their licensure when writing their credentials. In most cases, the highest degree earned will come first, followed by their licensure. For someone with a BSN degree, the BSN would come first (example: Michelle Smith, BSN, RN). The RN is a license, whereas the BSN is a degree.

In order to become a licensed RN, you must enroll in a pre-licensure nursing program. Some programs lead to an associate degree while others lead to a BSN degree. It usually takes about two years to earn an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN), while a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree often requires three or four years. An RN-to-BSN program, on the other hand, can typically be completed in less than two years.

How do I get my BSN after RN?

You can enroll in an RN to BSN program. It will allow you to further your studies by pursuing a BSN degree. Be sure to do your research and thoroughly look into a variety of nursing schools. It’s also important to take your location, schedule, and goals into account.

What courses are required for a BSN in nursing?

Every school might be a little different. Generally, BSN students will take classes like anatomy; physiology; chemistry; microbiology; and adult, pediatric, and geriatric nursing. To give you a better idea, here are some other RN to BSN classes offered at Provo College: Foundations and Perspectives for BSN; Health Assessment of Individuals and Populations; Complex Nursing Care; Healthcare Ethics, Policy, and Regulation; Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice; Nursing Leadership; and more.

How long are RN to BSN programs?

While it depends on the school, RN to BSN programs can typically be completed in about two years. At Provo College, you can earn your BSN online in as little as 20 months.

How much does RN to BSN cost?

The cost of an RN to BSN program can be influenced by various factors. These might include your state, career goals, and personal finances. Provo College offers several financial aid options for prospective students. To learn more, please contact a school representative.

Can you do RN to BSN online?

Some programs offer online courses for RN to BSN students. For instance, Provo College maintains a flexible RN to BSN program that is offered online. The curriculum was designed by experienced nursing faculty to satisfy the busy schedules of working healthcare professionals.

How can I do my RN to BSN fast?

Most RN to BSN programs take about two years to complete. However, some schools will offer online courses to assist students as much as possible. For example, Provo’s RN to BSN program can be completed in less than two years.

Do BSN nurses make more than RN?

Generally speaking, a BSN can expect a higher salary than an RN with an Associate’s Degree in Nursing (ADN). This is because a BSN degree is a higher field of study and requires more years of study. According to Nurse Journal, when entering the field, ADN-holders report making about $57,000, while entry-level nurses with a BSN degree report making over $70,000.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is CCNE Accredited.

The RN-to-BSN Degree Completion program at Provo College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org/).

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Provo College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791. More at www.ccneaccreditation.org.

Areas Served

Serving RN-to-BSN Students in all of Utah County:

Provo, UTAlpine, UTAmerican Fork, UT
Cedar Fort, UTCedar Hills, UTDraper, UT
Eagle Mountain, UTElk Ridge, UTHighland, UT
Lehi, UTLindon, UTMapleton, UT
Orem, UTPayson, UTPleasant Grove, UT
Salem, UTSantaquin, UTSaratoga Springs, UT
Spanish Fork, UTSpringville, UTVineyard, UT
Woodland Hills, UT

What do I need to do to start?

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