An online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program offers many professional benefits. Transforming from an RN to BSN can enhance your current job and also be invaluable when transitioning into a management role. Positions in research, teaching, quality control, safety and sales are often “BSN-preferred.” Taking the extra steps to convert your … 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.
This year, the numbers prove that healthcare, particularly nursing, is one of the top-rated jobs for both demand and salary. U.S. News calls the industry a “barn-burner” profession, with over half a million new positions opening up this year alone. In the article published in January of this year titled, “The Best Jobs of 2014,” … Continued
Nursing is one of the most rewarding careers available to people who are interested in medicine and health, as well as heaping others heal both physically and emotionally. The satisfaction and sense of fulfillment received from caring for others when they genuinely need support and compassion can only be experienced working as nurse or other … Continued
According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, the nursing shortage isn’t going to let up any time soon. According to the Association, this shortage will only get more intense before it resolves. This isn’t due to any shortage of nursing students. In fact, the Association reported that during the last school year, BSN … Continued
The United States Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that buy the end of 2014, between the lack of new graduates and the rate of current nurses retiring, that there will be a shortage of up to 1.2 million nurses in the U.S. health care system. This could be catastrophic, especially as the general population ages … Continued