Online RN to BSN Programs



License Practical Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing - LPN-to-BSN

LPN-to-BSN Programs

LPN-to-BSN bridge programs are an accelerated nursing program, allowing students with an LPN to gain their bachelors degree in a shorter period of time by utilizing credits from their previous schooling.  As most LPNs know, RN salary is higher and with a bachelor of science in nursing degree, there is a wide array of opportunities within many excellent nursing careers.  Keep in mind that in California and Texas, the term LVN is used. An LVN is the same as an LPN (licensed practical nurse), there is really just a difference in title.  An LVN to BSN program will work the same way as the LPN to BSN.  Instead of completing a full bachelors program, you’ll benefit by using some of your previous credits toward your bachelors nursing degree. 

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BSN Nursing Jobs

Once you’ve completed your bachelor of science in nursing degree, you’ll need to pass the NCLEX-RN nursing examination in order to work as a registered nurse.  Then you’re ready to start looking for nursing jobs.  As a BSN RN you’ll be qualified to work within countless nursing positions within hospitals, long-term care facilities, pediatric hospitals, and more.  Just a few of the RN jobs that are available to individuals with a BSN degree.  Such nursing jobs include emergency room nurse, Labor and delivery nurse, hospice nurse, post anesthesia care unit nurse, pediatric nurse, intensive care nurse, ICU nurse, postpartum nurse, cardiovascular nurse, and these are just a few to mention.

BSN Salary

The salary for a bachelor of science in nursing graduate is higher than someone with just an LPN.  For one thing, a registered practical nurse works effectively as a nurse assistant, under a registered nurse.  As an RN, you’ll have an opportunity to make a salary ranging anywhere from $65,000 to $93,000 per year, depending on your experience, education, and specialized training (nursing certification and credentials… )

LPN to BSN Programs

Accelerated nursing programs are available through schools such as
University of South Alabama
University of Arizona
Northern Arizona University
University of Arkansas
California Baptist University
California State University San Marcos
California State University Northridge
California State University Long Beach
Colorado State University
University of Connecticut
University of Delaware
Georgetown University
University of Central Florida
University of Florida
Albany State University
Emory University
Georgia Southwestern State University
 Idaho State University
University, Loyola University Chicago
Ball State University
Perdue University
Alan College
Wichita State University
Eastern Kentucky University
University of Louisville
Louisiana College
Louisiana State University Health Sciences Ctr
University of Southern Maine
University of New England
Bowie State University
Johns Hopkins University
Curry College
Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
Regis College
University of Michigan
Concordia College – Michigan
University of Mississippi medical Center
research college of nursing
Montana State University – Bozeman
Clarkson College
Nebraska Methodist College
Nevada State College
Caldwell College
University of New Mexico
University of medicine and dentistry of New Jersey
New Jersey city University
Adelphi University
Columbia University
Hunter College CUNY
New York University
Long Island University
Stony Brook University
University at Buffalo
University of Rochester
Duke University
 North Carolina Central University
Western Carolina University
University of North Dakota
Oregon Health and Science University
 Bloomberg University
Clemens University
South Dakota State University
Belmont University
Baylor University
Texas Christian University
University of Utah
George mason university
Virginia Commonwealth University
University of Washington
Mountain State University
West Virginia University
Edgewood College
University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh, University of Wyoming