Texas Nursing Schools

Registered nurses (RNs) look after patients, including adults and newborn babies. They apply their knowledge and skills in a new way each day. With so many opportunities present for nurses, RNs can become more competitive in the job market by advancing their career through a bachelor’s of science in nursing (BSN) degree. Most RN to BSN degree programs take around 2 years to complete. This degree program is one of the fastest routes to career advancement. During a BSN program, RNs are required to strengthen their medical skills and take high-level courses in areas like patient care and evidence-based practice. They can also take elective courses in areas like pediatric nursing, nursing leadership or acute care. After graduation, these candidates qualify for advanced level positions. They also get preference over nurses who have an associate’s degree. Nurses who have a BSN degree can become neonatal nurses, pediatric nurses, emergency nurses, nurse supervisor, etc.

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