Why RN to BSN at GCU?
- Learn From Leaders - At Grand Canyon University, classes are taught by industry leaders and subject matter experts.
- Accredited - The College of Nursing and Health Care Professions' RN to BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)¹ and approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing.
- Academic Excellence - Quality academic programs provide the essential knowledge and skills needed to be effective in today's complex health care world.
Why a Nursing Degree Matters
Many hospitals are now pursuing Magnet® status and seeking nurses prepared with a BSN². This 100% online RN to BSN program is designed for registered nurses with an associate's degree or diploma in nursing who are looking to further their education, and to maximize their career potential in the health care setting.
GCU College of Nursing
Grand Canyon University's College of Nursing has been providing outstanding education for over 25 years. GCU provides a low student-to-teacher ratio, quality nursing simulations, and convenient programs that fit your educational and professional needs.
Grand Canyon University was founded in 1949, and is a regionally Grand Canyon University's College of Nursing and Health Professions is recognized for educating great nurses. Employers regard our pre-medical and nursing programs as among the very best. Many of our graduates are accepted into graduate medical and research programs at some of the most prestigious universities in the nation. One of the main reasons physicians' offices and hospitals value GCU's nursing program is the direct and immediate applicability of the course curriculum. As a GCU nursing student, you are continually asked to make a connection between what is learned, its relevance and its application to your job as a nurse.
¹The baccalaureate degree in nursing and master's degree in nursing at Grand Canyon University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education http://www.aacn.nche.edu-accreditation).
GCU's College of Nursing and Health Care Professions is also approved by the Arizona State Board of Nursing.
²2010 IOM Future of Nursing Report