Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree
Fast-Track Your Nursing Career
Whether you're just out of high school or switching careers, the Rasmussen College School of Nursing offers accelerated paths for earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree and launching a career as a registered nurse. Our entrance options have no waiting list and four start dates per year, so you can start making an impact sooner.
Two Entrance Options, One Fast BSN
For a faster, more focused path to earning your degree, we offer two pre-licensure BSN entrance options through our CCNE-accredited BSN degree program.1 Both are full-time and immerse you in real-world curriculum taught by experienced faculty.
Accelerated BSN Standard Entrance Option
The Accelerated BSN Standard Entrance Option is a pre-licensure track that can be completed in as few as 33 months.2 Candidates for this option do not currently hold a Bachelor’s degree and will learn within a tight-knit community of peers who are also completing college for the first time. Learn more about this entrance option.
Accelerated BSN Second Degree Entrance Option
The Accelerated BSN Second Degree Entrance Option is a pre-licensure track that can be completed in as few as 18 months.2 Candidates for this option currently hold a Bachelor’s degree and will learn alongside like-minded peers, most of whom have worked in a non-nursing field before deciding to go back to school to become a nurse. Learn more about this entrance option.
Already an RN?
Our RN to BSN Entrance Option is a post-licensure track that can be completed in as few as 12 months. Candidates for this option possess a current unencumbered RN license. Learn more about this entrance option.
Get Started on Your BSN Today
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1The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree program at Rasmussen College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
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2Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and courses completed each term.