RN to BSN Online Program
Affordable Program for Busy Nurses
There is no better time than now to earn your BSN. More and more employers are expecting registered nurses to have a bachelor's degree than ever before. Ashworth College makes it easy to earn an RN-BSN degree - you can start the program immediately, and choose the pace that fits into your busy life. You have the flexibility to accelerate your RN to BSN degree or progress at your own pace. Most importantly, you'll acquire the additional skills necessary for career advancement at one of the most affordably priced RN to BSN online programs in the country - the cost per credit hour is only $.
With the Ashworth RN to BSN Online Program you can:
- Start any day of the year, no need to wait for a new semester to begin
- Plan classwork around your work shifts and life
- Study at your own pace with no group work
- Tuition as low as $*
- Take advantage of low 0% interest monthly payment plans
- Work with a personal advisor who has real nursing experience and gives you personalized guidance in your classes and career
Improve Your Career Potential
The complex world of health care needs more leaders like you. Earning a BSN can help you develop the skills and earn the knowledge needed to advance your career and continue to provide patients with quality care. The demand for highly educated nurses is growing. According to the American Association of College of Nursing (AACN), close to 79% of nurse employers strongly prefer BSN graduates and the Institute of Medicine calls for the proportion of nurses with bachelor’s degrees to increase from 50% to 80% by the year 2020**.
I’m glad I was able to get my degree quicker and the online classes inspired me to be able to do it at my own pace. The support was excellent. When I had a question about a subject I was actually having a hard time with, or needed more instruction on how to do it, they were there to support me every time.
– Debbie Hayden, Recent Ashworth Graduate
Get the flexibility and support you need at Ashworth College. Request free information today or call Call 1-800-957-5412.
*Depending on your transfer credits. **(1) Employment of New Nurse Graduates and Employer Preferences for Baccalaureate-Prepared Nurses, American Association of Colleges of Nursing, retrieved from aacn.nche.edu. (2) Institute of Medicine. (2010). The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health. Washington, DC: National Academies Press. Johnson, J. (1988).