Online Nursing Degrees
Designed for nurses, by nurses
ADD ANOTHER NURSING DEGREE WHILE WORKING
Few careers demand the levels of knowledge, skill, energy, and compassion that we ask of our nurses. And as healthcare evolves, education is the key to advancing in this intense yet rewarding profession. Strayer’s RN to BSN and Master’s programs are designed by nurses who’ve been there—working too-long hours, often for too-little recognition, but always buoyed by grateful patients. With flexible online classes and the support of your personal nursing advisor and success coach, you can earn another nursing degree online while working full time.
Making it affordable
There are several ways to make both degrees more affordable. For the RN to BSN Program we offer the Graduation Fund as well as transfer credits from our partner schools or another institution where you earned your Associate’s in Nursing, including many two- and four-year colleges and universities, business colleges, trade schools and international universities. Those seeking our online Master’s in Nursing can be eligible for a $5,000 scholarship.
THE ONLINE NURSING PROGRAMS MADE FOR TODAY
Focusing on the many skills hospitals now require from you, our BSN degree is designed to give you all you need to meet your professional goals, while still remaining true to what brought you to nursing in the first place. Strayer University accomplished this by making sure that everyone involved in our RN to BSN online nursing program is first and foremost dedicated to the ideals of the profession. Yet, at the same time, they understand the demands placed on working adults.
With years of real world, hands-on nursing experience, the designers of both our BSN program and our Master’s are committed to your success—as you ultimately define it. The same holds true for our dedicated faculty and our online tutors. You’ll discover a balance of leadership and communication skills within our coursework, as well as enhanced technology and information science savvy—all applied to current healthcare policy and practice. Learn more about how a nursing program designed by those who truly know the profession is the best choice for you.