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RN to BSN Programs in Idaho

Idaho Nursing Jobs

There are plenty of nursing jobs in Idaho within a wide array of careers.  Pediatric nursing, ER nursing, telemetry nursing, and travel nursing are all great choices.  Other areas that show promise and a relatively high demand are home health nurse jobs.  Home health agencies in Idaho are constantly seeking out registered nurses for various nursing capacities.

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Idaho is a compact nursing state.   This means that if you live here and hold a nursing license, you’re able to work in other nurse compact states as well.  Those places include Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Delaware, Iowa, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, and Wisconsin. 

To become an RN in Idaho, you must submit a request to the state Board of Nursing including your personal information in addition to your school of graduation.  Upon passing state examination, a license may be issued in 4-6 weeks.  For individuals holding a license in another state, you may obtain a license by endorsement by submitting request for endorsement to the state Board of Nursing.  You’ll need to include your personal information (name, address, email, ect) as well as current licensure information (your state of licensure and license details (CNM, CNS, RNA, NP, ect))

RN to BSN

Although it’s not necessary to have a bachelor of science in nursing to obtain nursing jobs in Idaho, we recommend it.  When applying for jobs, a BSN reflects better than an associate level RN. You increase your hiring potential with a BSN and you’re more qualified for higher paying nursing jobs in management and health care administration. 

There are several ways to obtain a bachelors of science in nursing. While a 4-year bachelor program is definitely one option, you aren’t able to start working as a registered nurse for 4 years, or until you’ve completed the program and your state exam.  For some, a bachelors in science in nursing can take four to five years to complete.  Contrarily, in RN to BSN bridge programs, students are able to start working as a registered nurse after the first two years of school.  Then, the ASN credits are applied to the bachelors (BSN) program.  You’re able to continue working as a registered nurse while your finish school, obtaining many of those mandatory clinical hours.  Many students are able to complete their hours by the time they graduate, ready to complete certifications right out of school. 

RN to BSN programs in Idaho are generally online nursing programs.  The nature of this type of nursing school is to work while your complete book work and written assignments online.  Online nursing schools in Idaho will work with local hospitals and medical centers to help you coordinate your rotations and nursing internships.   

Nursing Programs in Idaho

We’ve provided some Idaho nursing schools that offer online RN to BSN programs.  We’ve included the schools’ accreditations as well as their location.  Accredited nursing schools in Idaho are widely available. 

Idaho Nursing School
Nursing Program
Locations
Accreditation
Brigham State University – Idaho
RN to BSN
RN to BSN (online)
Rexburg, Idaho
NLNAC
Boise State University
RN to BSN (online)
Boise, Idaho
NLNAC
Lewis-Clark State College
RN to BSN (online)
Lewiston, Idaho
CCNE
Stevens-Henager College
RN to BSN (online)
Boise, Idaho
Idaho Falls, Idaho
Nampa, Idaho
ACCSC
University of Phoenix
RN to BSN online
Meridian, Idaho
CCNE
Nursing Salary in Idaho

Registered nurse salary in Idaho is based on a few key factors: your education, your level of experience, your expertise (nursing certifications) and location.  In most parts of Idaho, a staff nurse can make between $48,000 per year and $72,000 per year.