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RNs, earn your BSN in as few as 12 months*

100% Online Program

100% Online Program

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Accredited***

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Accredited1

Nearly 35 Years of Nursing Tradition

Nearly 35 Years of Nursing Tradition

RNs, earn your BSN
ias few as 12 months* 

Accredited & 100% Online

Are you a registered nurse with an associate degree, diploma or certification? Are you ready to add professional skills and advanced healthcare theory… and to move ahead in your career? Grand Canyon University’s RN to BSN program is designed for you.

* Must transfer 90 semester credits accepted toward the required 120 credits to complete the program in 12 months.


*** The baccalaureate degree in nursing, master's degree in nursing and Doctor of Nursing Practice at GCU are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).

GCU's College of Nursing and Health Care Professions is approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing. 

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If you are a registered nurse with an associate degree or diploma certificate in nursing, Grand Canyon University’s (GCU) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program online can prepare you to take your career to the next level. Earn your BSN to sharpen your skills, broaden your understanding of best practice and prepare to take on more responsibilities as a leader in a hospital or healthcare organization.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 
(RN to BSN)

Why Earn Your Online RN to BSN at GCU?

The BSN and MSN at GCU are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Select states may have additional requirements to meet their standards; reference your enrollment agreement or contact GCU for more information. GCU’s accredited program is aligned to standards established by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN).***

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 
RN to BSN Overview

  • Earn a BSN in 12 Months:

GCU's 5 week courses help you earn your degree in as little as 12 months*.

  • Increase Your Job Opportunities

Of 187,000 nursing jobs posted during a three-month period, nurses with a BSN were eligible for 88% of the openings, while nurses with a diploma or associate degree were only eligible for 51% of positions**.

  • Transfer up to 90 Credits

Our free Lopes Credit Evaluation can help you determine how many credits will transfer to GCU.

  • Earn Your BSN and MSN in Under 3.5 Years

Speak with your university counselor about the RN to MSN fast-track option and earn both degrees in a little over 30 months.

  • Earn Your Degree by 2020

The Institute of Medicine and the AACN recommend that 80% of nurses have their BSN by 2020. Prepare for the changing healthcare landscape by enrolling today and earning your BSN by 2020.

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Accredited & 100% Online

Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

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