RN to BSN programs are primarily intended for RNs who already have an associate degree or a diploma and would like to earn their BSN degree. By finishing this type of nursing program, an individual can get credit for the nursing skills that he or she has already learned through attending school or through working. RN to BSN programs usually offer flexible schedules since most of the students of these programs are working. RN to BSN programs are available both online and in campus and can be completed in just one year.

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To become qualified to take an RN to BSN program, an individual should already have completed RN program and become a registered nurse. He or she may also need to pass an entrance exam and meet the other requirements that have been set by the school offering the program.

After completing an RN to BSN program, an individual can then choose to continue your education by earning a master's degree so that you can be qualified for more work opportunities such as becoming a college professor, a nurse practitioner, a CRNA or a certified registered nurse anesthetist or a CNM or a certified nurse midwife. Some of the advantages of taking an RN to BSN program include: being able to advance into a managerial or other healthcare leadership position; having the opportunity to earn a higher salary; and having more work opportunities within both the state and the country.