Advance your career with a BSN degree

Directory of 400 Online RN to BSN Programs

View over 650 accredited RN to BSN programs throughout the U.S.




Why Complete a BSN?


A nurse who holds a Bachelor's degree in nursing will have significant advantages in securing employment over a nurse who holds a diploma or Associate's degree. Many entry level nursing positions either require or strongly prefer applicants with four year degrees over nurses coming through a diploma/certificate program or an Associate's degree program.



Nurses with higher levels of education also command higher salaries. Whether it id your first nursing job or you are negotiating your salary after being employed for a couple of years, having a BSN will work to your advantage in seeking higher wages and benefits.



If you are currently working as a registered nurse and wish to enter a new field of employment you will be better prepared if you possess a Bachelor's degree. Even if your Bachelor's degree is in Nursing, it will still provide the advantages associated with a four-year college degree. Many jobs across different sectors of the economy require a minimum Bachelor's level education for consideration.



Another advantage of earning your BSN degree is so that you can open doors to new positions within the nursing profession. Nursing management positions as well as many nursing specialty fields require job candidates to be licensed registered nurses, have several years of experience and hold a four-year degree. By completing a BSN degree program you will be one step closer to having a greater selection of nursing jobs to choose from.

Earn your advanced nursing degree today
by completing an accredited nursing program

RN to BSN Programs in Iowa

Want to take your career to the next level? Salem University Online is the perfect place to start. Study online, from anywhere, and gain the skills you need to succeed.

Programs:

  • RN to BSN

Established in 1897, Bradley University is a private, independent institution of higher learning in Peoria, Illinois. Inspired by our founder, notable philanthropist Lydia Moss Bradley, we pursue excellence in teaching, research, scholarship and service; and we celebrate leadership, integrity, diversity and collaborative learning. Today, we offer an impressive array of more than 130 undergraduate, graduate and continuing education programs across five colleges and the Graduate School.

Programs:

  • Online Family Nurse Practitioner Certificate (MSN to FNP)

More RN to BSN Schools in IA

List of Iowa colleges and universities that offer RN to BSN nursing degree programs:

Allen College

1990 Heath Street
Waterloo, IA 50703
(319) 226-2000

Briar Cliff University

3303 Rebecca St
Sioux City, IA 51104
(712) 279-5321

Clarke College

1550 Clarke Drive
Dubuque, IA 52001
(563) 588-6300

Coe College

1220 1st Ave NE # 1
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
(319) 399-8000

Dordt College

498 4th Avenue Northeast
Sioux Center, IA 51250
(712) 722-6020

Grand View College

1200 E Grand Ave
Des Moines, IA 50319
(515) 263-6030

Iowa Wesleyan College

601 North Main Street
Mount Pleasant, IA 52641
(319) 385-8021

Luther College

700 College Drive
Decorah, IA 52101
(563) 387-2000

Mercy College of Health Sciences

928 6th Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50309
(515) 643-3180

Morningside College

1501 Morningside Avenue
Sioux City, IA 51106
(712) 274-5000

Mount Mercy College

1330 Elmhurst Drive NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402
(319) 363-8213

Saint Ambrose University

518 West Locust Street
Davenport, IA 52803
(563) 333-6000

University of Iowa

101 Jessup Hall
Iowa City, IA 52242
(319) 335-3500

Upper Iowa University

Fayette, IA 52142
(563) 425-5200


Online RN to BSN Degrees


Chamberlain College of Nursing
Drexel University
Graceland University
Grand Canyon University
Kaplan University Online
Keiser University Online
Kent State University
Liberty University
National American University Online
Rasmussen College
South University
Sullivan University
University of Illinois Chicago
University of Saint Mary
Utica College

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