Advance Your Nursing Career and Earn Your RN to BSN in Just One Year
The online RN to BSN program from the University of West Florida Online is designed for registered nurses who are ready to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree for career advancement and increased earning potential. It is delivered in a flexible online format and taught by expert faculty with years of nursing experience.
UWF’s RN to BSN features a curriculum that builds on previous training, helping you develop advanced skills and a broader scope of practice. Coursework focuses on leadership and evidence-based practice, helping you transition from the role of a registered nurse to that of a BSN generalist. This CCNE-accredited program can be completed in one year.
Take the next step in your nursing career and gain skills to deliver the highest quality patient care.
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Second Summer Start
Start Date: June 25, 2020
First Fall Start
Start Date: August 24, 2020
Second Fall Start
Start Date: October 19, 2020
Why Should You Pursue Our Online RN to BSN?
UWF’s online RN to BSN program features guided clinical practice in your local community.
This program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Coursework for the RN to BSN program can be completed in one year.
RN to BSN Careers
An informatics nurse identifies and supports medical software applications and hardware related to patient care.
Median annual salary: $77,360
Clinical Nurse Manager
Clinical nurse managers oversee their staff of nurses and collaborate with other healthcare professionals to implement policies that positively affect patient care.
Median annual salary: $81,042
A staff nurse supervises an organization’s nursing attendants, in addition to working with patients, physicians and other medical professionals.
Median annual salary: $66,972
Registered nurses coordinate and deliver patient care while providing advice and support to patients and their families.
Median annual salary: $70,000
Job Outlook: 15 percent
* Job growth (from 2016 through 2026) and median annual salary (as of 2017) figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.