Enhance your nursing career

As the need for experienced healthcare professionals continues to rise, so do your opportunities for career development. For RNs, an advanced degree can be a powerful tool, and at Argosy University, our Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree can prepare you to be a more influential and effective member of a health care team.

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Build on Your Existing Expertise

Our BSN degree completion program is a post licensure program designed for licensed Registered Nurses (RNs) who possess a diploma or an associate's degree in nursing. Designed for working adults, our courses are offered in a flexible format that combines online, blended and in-residence learning.

Expanding on your experience and prior education, our BSN program offers:

  • The potential to finish in as little as 12 months
  • Faculty face-to-face one day a week on campus partnered with a flexible learning format that combines online, blended and in-residence classes
  • A curriculum informed by our legacy in mental health/behavioral health
  • Geared to adult learners looking to advance their careers
  • Financial aid available for those who qualify
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*The National Advisory Council on Nurse Education and Practice has recommended that at least two-thirds of the basic nurse workforce hold baccalaureate or higher degrees in nursing. Read the Fact Sheet

*A national survey of deans and directors from U.S. nursing schools found that 65% of new BSN graduates had job offers at the time of graduation, which is substantially higher than the national average across all professions.

*Job growth for nurses is expected to be 26% - almost twice the rate of all other occupations.

* The stated completion time is suggested and may not be typical of all students. Please speak to your advisor to help determine the appropriate credit load and completion time for you along with the process and repercussions of adding and dropping classes.