While it’s possible to become a registered nurse (RN) with only an associate degree, most RNs soon discover that a Bachelor of Nursing degree (BSN) is a far better choice for their career. Here are five big reasons you’ll be glad you earned your BSN: 1. You’ll Gain Deeper Knowledge The coursework at CAGS Nursing … Continued
Colorado Christian University prides itself on offering the next generation of nurses one of the most advanced, comprehensive nursing degree programs in the country. The online RN-BSN degree program is very popular and is designed for currently registered nurses who want to advance and complete their BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). CCU also offers a regular Bachelor of Science in Nursing, an intensive, state-of-the-art nursing education experience where students are challenged to become compassionate healthcare workers who have dedicated their lives to saving others. Please visit the CCU website admissions pages for RN-BSN nursing degree admissions and the BSN admission requirements as they are different.
One of the major perks of getting your BSN is that nurses are almost always in high demand. People get sick every day of the year, and hospitals need a steady crew of nurses to care for these patients. One of the downsides, though, is that nurses often have to work on holidays, including Christmas … Continued
Being a nurse today can entail much more that working in a hospital, doctors office, or clinic – today’s educated nurses can travel the world, care for the stars, and even become teachers of the trade themselves. If you are currently a registered nurse, (RN) but haven’t taken the plunge for your bachelor’s degree in … Continued
Maybe you feel like your nursing career has hit a rut and you want to move beyond the daily grind and onto a new, prolific career. These highest paying nursing specialties require at minimum a Bachelor’s degree, and several may require additional specialty training due to their intensive nature. However, these careers are both personally … Continued
The majority of working nurses recognize that getting a BSN automatically improves job prospects. Earning a BSN also opens up the path of continuing education to a Master or Doctorate of Nursing, advanced degrees which qualify nurses for higher-paying positions in the field, such as Nurse Anesthetist and Nurse Practitioner. It’s one thing to know … Continued