There are two paths to becoming an RN: earning an ADN or a BSN. So which path should you take? There are certain employers or positions that prefer a candidate with a BSN. Learn more about 9 options available to bachelor's degree nurses.
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As you've likely discovered in your research, a nurse is never just a "nurse" — a nurse can be a licensed practical nurse (LPN), registered nurse (RN), nurse practitioner (NP) or numerous other job titles. We've already covered the LPN versus RN debate, now let's explore RN versus BSN.
The Rasmussen College RN to BSN online program offers plenty of options to support you as you take the next step in your nursing career. Take a look at these eight things you didn’t know about the program. It just might be the next step toward advancing your nursing education!
Not all programs are created equal. Familiarize yourself with five RN to BSN online courses included in our program and start to understand how our curriculum stands out from the rest.
Put your uncertainties to rest with this overview on earning your RN to BSN online. We heard your questions and concerns and spoke with Dr. Colleen Koob, an online Nursing Dean from Rasmussen College. Learn what to expect and how to get yourself ahead of the class!
It's normal to have questions and concerns when considering an RN to BSN program. But there are plenty of benefits to furthering your education as a nurse. We connected with some nursing pros to identify nine advantages that are hard to ignore.
Becoming a nurse give you the power to offer patients your help when they may most need it. If you're well-versed in the medical field and are looking to take the next step in your career, why not go back to school?
Admissions representative, Whitney Tilka, shares her story from an admissions role to becoming a nursing student at Rasmussen College.
The School of Nursing at Rasmussen College shares information about RN to BSN degree paths.