The online nursing programs from Bethel University prepare professional nurses to take the next step in their careers, achieving increased earning potential and advanced skill development. Our RN to BSN and MSN degree programs emphasize evidence-based practice through rigorous coursework that combines the latest nursing theory with practical application, promoting excellence in holistic, patient-centered care. With Bethel, you will learn from faculty who are passionate nursing experts with the experience to guide you toward career success.
The RN to BSN program is ranked seventh in the nation and first in the region. Our MSN program features specialized Nurse Administrator and Nurse Educator tracks and boasts a 100% job placement rate within one year of graduation. Our undergraduate and graduate nursing degrees are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing.
Program Options Include:
- MSN – Administrator Track
- MSN – Educator Track
- RN to BSN
Whether you are looking for an online RN to BSN program designed for working nurses or you are ready to pursue an in-demand graduate credential with a specialized MSN, Bethel has the flexible, affordable nursing program you need. Prepare for the future of nursing with a degree from a university with a proven track record of excellence – get started today!
Bethel is 1 of 10 Indiana colleges to be recognized as a 2019 College of Distinction, and 1 of 58 schools in the nation to be named a Christian College of Distinction. This honor is given to colleges and universities that excel in four distinctions: engaged students, great teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes.
Critical Care Nurse
With a BSN, you can pursue a career as a critical care nurse. Critical care nurses specialize in working with patients in critical condition, such as those who have experienced major surgery or trauma. They monitor patients, work with patients’ family members, manage medication and anesthesia and related duties. These professionals earn a median salary of $64,988.
RN supervisors, who hold BSN degrees, manage nursing teams in hospitals, long-term care facilities, or similar work environments. They are primarily responsible for administrative duties, such as compliance with health and safety standards, ensuring adequate coverage during shifts, supervising nursing staff and other relevant duties. These professionals earn a median salary of $71,107.
With our MSN – Nurse Educator track, you can pursue a career as a nursing instructor. Nursing instructors teach patient care and nursing theory in classrooms and clinical units to nursing students. They may also complete research projects and publish their work in nursing journals. The median salary for this role is $71,260.
The MSN – Nurse Educator track prepares graduates for a career as a nurse educator. Nurse educators plan and implement continuing education opportunities for nursing staff. They identify the health care needs of patients in their organization to develop the best educational resources for employees. The median annual salary for nurse educators is $73,726.
The MSN – Nurse Administrator track prepares you for a nursing director career. Nursing directors manage and oversee all nursing activities in health organizations, including hospitals, long-term care facilities and more. They supervise nursing staff and work closely with other health care professionals such as physicians. The median annual salary for nursing directors is $88,660.
Career information from PayScale.com.