BSN Nursing Program

Earn your Bachelor's in Nursing
in as little as 3 years

BSN Program Overview

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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree is one of the most secure pathways to a rewarding career as a Registered Nurse (RN). Furthermore, a bachelor’s degree in Nursing can help you advance your nursing career across a variety of healthcare settings. At Eagle Gate College, we offer a hybrid online BSN program that prepares you for the NCLEX-RN certification exam. Our goal is to empower you with the confidence and qualifications to achieve a brighter future in this growing profession.

By enrolling in our BSN program, you will gain invaluable skills in patient care and the clinical sciences. In addition, our flexible schedules provide an alternative solution for busy adults and full-time parents. Since our BSN curriculum is delivered in a convenient hybrid-online format, you will complete many of your nursing courses online.

Enroll in our BSN program from the safety of your home. It’s never too late to pursue your dreams.

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Majority of Coursework Online

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No Prerequisite Courses

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No Wait List

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Transfer Credit Policy

Frequently Asked Questions

What you need to know

Aspiring BSN Nursing students are welcome to enroll at any of our four campus locations in Idaho or Utah:

Nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree typically receive higher salaries, coveted leadership roles, and a wider variety of jobs. A 2016 study from Nurse Journal found that, of 187,000 nursing jobs posted over a 90-day period, BSN holders were eligible for 88% of those jobs, while RNs with associate’s degrees were only eligible for 51% of them.

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An RN is a license, while a BSN is a degree. To become a licensed RN, the first step is to enroll in a pre-licensure nursing program. Some programs lead to an associate degree and some to a BSN degree. While an ADN degree takes about two years of study, a BSN degree usually requires three or four years. A BSN degree involves a higher level of study, allowing RNs to advance their careers and earn a variety of benefits.

Tuition costs for a BSN degree can vary depending on your individual situation (i.e. location, finances, etc.) There are a number of financial aid options available to students at Eagle Gate. Reach out to a school representative for more information.

At Eagle Gate College, nursing students can earn an accelerated BSN degree in as little as 36 months.

BSN program graduates are prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensure examination and practice as a Registered Nurse in a variety of settings. These include positions in long-term care, acute care, complex and critical care, school nursing, home health, and community health nursing.

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In general, a BSN degree holder receives a higher salary than an RN with an associates degree. According to, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) reported the average salary of an RN was $80,000, while the average salary for BSN-equipped RNs was $84,974.

Please note that wage data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) or other third-party sources may not be an accurate reflection of all areas of the country, may not account for the employees’ years of experience, and may not reflect the wages or outlook of entry-level employees, such as graduates of our program. (accessed on 11/15/2021)

It depends on the program. Eagle Gate College offers their BSN program in a hybrid online format. The majority of these courses can be completed online, which might be a great option for working adults, full-time parents, and others who can’t attend class every day.

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BSN Curriculum

Our BSN curriculum will prepare you for a career as a Registered Nurse. You will gain valuable knowledge and develop an advanced skillset through traditional classroom instruction, virtual practice, and clinical nursing experiences. From long term and acute-care facilities to school nursing, home healthcare, and community health nursing, our hybrid online curriculum will prepare you to work in a variety of healthcare settings.

By the end of our program, you will complete 82 semester hours of nursing core classes. Course topics include the fundamentals of nursing, medical-surgical nursing, pharmacology, maternal/newborn/pediatric nursing, nursing informatics, and more. You will also be prepared to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensure exam and pursue leadership positions in the field.

BSN nursing school graduates are trained in:

  • Patient care
  • Nursing fundamentals
  • Pharmacology
  • Therapeutic treatment interventions
  • Medical/surgical nursing
  • Leadership
  • Mental health nursing
  • Mother/baby and pediatric nursing
  • Licensure examination preparation

The Hybrid Online BSN Schedule

Our BSN program is delivered in a hybrid online format. Some of our nursing classes will be in person while others can be completed online, on an asynchronous learning schedule. Asynchronous classes offer you the flexibility to study at your own pace. Although it may be difficult to maintain a full-time job throughout the entire program, we tailored our schedules to support the increasingly busy lives of many of our students.

BSN Program – Year 1

The first three semesters of the BSN program are completely online via asynchronous learning. Busy parents and working adults can complete all these classes virtually.

BSN Program – Year 2

In year two, the BSN courses are delivered online as well as in-person. Students are required to be on-site three days a week for classes and once a week for clinical training.

BSN Program – Year 3

The final three semesters of the BSN program include some online coursework but does require more on-campus attendance. Although it varies by semester, students may have to be on campus up to five days a week (up to 3 days of classes and 2 days of clinicals).

BSN Program Campus Locations

Contact any of our campuses to learn more about how to become a Registered Nurse or to enroll in our BSN nursing program.

BSN Program Admissions

What do I need to do to start?

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Our admissions process is designed to help you understand all the options surrounding your education.  An admissions representative will guide you through the enrollment process so that you are comfortable, confident, and ready to start your first day of classes. We also conduct a career planning session to learn about your unique interests and goals.

To apply for the BSN program, you must pass an entrance exam and meet the following requirements:

  • Submit high school GPA or GED results
  • Complete a video essay that’s three minutes or less (varies by campus)
  • Present any academic degrees, diplomas, and relevant work or volunteer experience
  • Submit proof of several required immunizations, which are required by clinical work sites (required prior to starting clinical)
  • Complete a background check and drug screen prior to starting clinical

Entrance Exam

You must achieve a total TEAS exam score of 58.7 percent or higher to be admitted to the program. If you have previously taken a TEAS exam, your score is applicable if you took the exam within 24 months of the tentative program start date. Remember to take your TEAS exam at an authorized, ATI-proctored location, and it will be valid for review.

The TEAS exam may be attempted a maximum of three times within a calendar year. We can also provide test passing assistance to prospective students.

Tuition & Financial Aid

Out-of-pocket costs for bachelor’s degree programs can vary depending on your individual situation. There are multiple financial aid options available to our students. Our financial aid team is ready to help you develop a financial plan so you can achieve your academic goals while reducing your financial burden as much as possible.

Our financial aid options include the following programs and opportunities:

  • Federal Grants
  • Institutional Scholarships and Grants
  • Outside Scholarships
  • Federal Work-Study
  • Federal Loans
  • Private Loans

 Please visit the School Catalog for more details.

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Registered Nursing Career

Registered Nurses (RNs) provide hands-on care in several medical settings, including nursing homes, long-term care facilities, hospitals, and clinics. They also educate their patients and the general public about various health conditions, risk factors, and tips for leading a healthier life. Their responsibilities often include assessing patient symptoms and conditions, recording medical histories, administering treatments, and setting up patient care plans alongside doctors and other nurses. In addition, some RNs may operate medical equipment or help perform diagnostic tests.

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment of RNs is projected to grow 9% by 2030. Becoming a Registered Nurse can also lead to a steady source of income. The BLS reports that the average salary of an RN is about $75,000. Registered Nurses who earn salaries in the top 10 percent can earn as much as $116,000.

Please note that wage data provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) or other third-party sources may not be an accurate reflection of all areas of the country, may not account for the employees’ years of experience, and may not reflect the wages or outlook of entry-level employees, such as graduates of our program. (accessed on 11/15/2021)

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BSN Program Acceditation

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is accredited by CCNE.

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Eagle Gate College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (