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Health Care Is Changing and Moving Forward -

Shouldn't Your Nursing Career?

You have your associate’s degree and have worked as an RN. If you’re here, it means you’re contemplating an important career question that many registered nurses ask: should I stay where I am or take the next step in my nursing career?

Whether you’ve been an RN for a short time or you’ve been caring for patients for years, Belmont wants to help prepare you for positions of management and leadership in nursing.

Designed specifically for working nurses with a diploma or associate degree, Belmont’s RN to BSN program will allow you to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from one of the area’s most respected nursing programs.

Our program is available both part-time and full-time and offers nursing courses in a combination of in-person and online - a format that allows you to pursue your BSN and balance family and work - while still benefiting from faculty mentorship and hands-on connection to the course content.

Next Classes Start:

January 2023 Adult Degree Program Start Date 

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Sara Gibson
RN to BSN Program Advisor
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  • Why a BSN in Nursing?
  • What You'll Learn
  • Accreditation