If you are a registered nurse looking to make the next move in your career, look no further than St. Ambrose University's accelerated BSN program in Davenport, Iowa.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) degree provides registered nurses with the academic preparation to meet the professional standards for advancement in their institution or to meet the hiring qualifications required in more independent practice settings. Taking the next step to earn your BSN will help gain the skills that employers are looking for in the nursing field.
Our RN-to-BSN program is specifically designed for the convenience of working adults like you. By offering flexible evening, weekend, and online classes, we are focused on helping you complete your education with a schedule that fits your lifestyle. Our expert instructors will provide you with a convenient adult learning environment aimed to fit your needs.
Earning your Bachelor's degree will open up more possibilities for career advancement through St. Ambrose University's BSN program. Courses such as Pathophysiology, Introduction to Contemporary Nursing and more, will broaden your knowledge of patient care delivery and gain a comprehensive understanding of performing in a management role.
Find out how you can allow your passion for helping others to take you further in your professional career by earning a Bachelor's degree. If you're searching for Iowa RN-to-BSN programs, look no further. Contact us today to explore your options of career advancement by graduating from our RN-to-BSN program.
> Completion of an RN degree program
> Currently registered as an RN
> Current CPR and first aid/safety certification
> Complete 31 advanced placement nursing credits.
> Complete 30 transfer general education credits.
> Complete 37 additional General Education requirement credits.
> Complete 26 BSN major requirement credits.
> Complete two writing intensive (WI) courses with a grade of "C" or better, one at the 300/400 level.
> Earn a major and cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale).
> Complete a minimum of 124 credits.