Have you been considering taking your nursing degree to the next level? Would you like to do something different in your nursing career? We can help you get there with our Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (RN to BSN) program.
Our RN to BSN program is 100% online, so you can continue to balance your personal and professional responsibilities. Plus, it only takes about 16 months to complete.
More than just added education, your bachelor’s degree could open a variety of professional opportunities as well. Here are five things an RN to BSN from Pima Medical Institute can do for your career.
- Enter new roles: A bachelor’s degree provides you with the credentials typically required to diversify into clinical faculty positions, research team positions, public health roles and other specialized nursing settings.
- Improve your knowledge of nursing processes: Pima Medical’s RN to BSN provides real-world learning outcomes of topics such as: evidence-based research analysis, development of nursing leadership, community and global health needs and protocols.
- Learn leadership and management concepts: If you have goals of leadership and career growth, this program will be a great asset. Courses will prepare you for promotions, improve critical thinking and patient assessment skills, and help you to become an even more effective communicator to both your employer and your patients.
- Create a stepping stone for advanced education: Earning your bachelor’s degree at Pima Medical will help you achieve the background necessary to complete certifications that require a bachelor’s degree or advance into higher education.
- Advance your career: Whether you are looking to enhance your clinical responsibilities, enter leadership positions or diversify into new roles, a bachelor’s degree can allow you to better meet employer requirements and position yourself as a desirable candidate.
Learn more about our 100% online Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program.
*Please note, in order to be accepted into our BSN program, you must:
- Already hold and maintain an unencumbered license and be a practicing registered nurse
- A high school diploma or recognized equivalency
- Have completed a total of 70 semester credits of specific coursework at the postsecondary level