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Nursing Careers for RN to BSN Online Graduates

Advance and excel into your dream nursing job.

Nursing careers are extremely rewarding. Gannon University’s online RN-BSN transforms your existing passion for patient care and provides you with the skills, knowledge and strategies to succeed and lead within the field. The healthcare industry is increasingly more competitive due to the number of facilities and hospitals seeking magnet status — a designation awarded to hospitals for exceptional patient outcomes and high job satisfaction ratings.

In 2013, all but three medical centers on the exclusive US News Best Hospitals in America Honor Roll, and all ten of the US News Best Children's Hospital Honor Roll, are ANCC Magnet-recognized organizations.1

To secure a nursing job in a magnet hospital, most registered nurses are required to have, at minimum, a bachelor’s degree. When you earn your online RN-BSN at Gannon University, you are positioning yourself for a nursing career in one of today’s top healthcare institutions.

RN-BSN Graduate Career Facts At-a-Glance
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Nursing Job Titles for RN-BSN Graduates

While hospitals may be the primary employers of nurses with a BSN, this important credential can open career doors for you in a variety of specialized professions within the healthcare sector. Below is just a sample list of job titles that a BSN can qualify you for.

  1. Pediatric home care nurse
  2. Nursing home head nurse
  3. Hospice care nurse
  4. Nurse recruiter
  5. Trauma coordinator
  6. Nurse manager
  7. Case manager

Get More Information on Gannon’s Online RN to BSN Program

To learn more about the nursing careers that Gannon University’s online RN to BSN can prepare you for call (877) 497-5854 to speak with a program manager or request more information.

1American Nurses Credentialing Center,