Nursing

RN to BSN Program

Nurses are more than just healers—they're advocates.

Nursing is a diverse profession. Nurses need the skills to treat people's physical ailments, the compassion to care for patients' emotional needs, and the knowledge to help individuals champion their own holistic health. There is a great need for nurses who encompass these attributes to provide quality care.

In addition to these attributes, employers are searching for registered nurses who can help to improve healthcare quality, cost, and access through their leadership. More specifically, there is a significant need for registered nurses who also have a bachelor's degree in nursing. In fact, the Institute of Medicine recommends that 80 percent of nurses in the United States hold a bachelor’s degree by 2020.

Through JBU Online's RN to BSN Program, students will learn how to navigate the healthcare system and adapt to external factors and policies, allowing them to promote the overall health and wellness of individuals, families, and communities.

 

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The Institute of Medicine recommends that 80 percent of nurses in the United States hold a bachelor's degree by 2020.