BSN Nursing Program

Earn an accelerated Bachelor of Science (BSN)
in Nursing in as little as 36 months

Earn your BSN 80% Online and No Wait List to get in

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Overview

Doors open for nurses equipped with a BSN degree. A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) allows Registered Nurses (RNs) to advance their careers in a variety of healthcare settings. Eagle Gate College offers an accelerated BSN program that will prepare students for the NCLEX-RN licensure examination. Not only will they gain invaluable skills, but they benefit from the convenience of completing many of their required courses online. Our flexible schedules provide an alternative solution for working adults and full-time parents. With the BSN program at Eagle Gate, you can earn your degree in as little as 36 months.

What you need to know

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do I need a BSN Degree?

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.

What is the difference between an RN and BSN?

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.

What is the cost of the BSN program?

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.

How long is the BSN Program?

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

What certifications will a BSN program prepare me for?

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.

Does a BSN make more money than an RN?

In general, a BSN degree holder receives a higher salary than an RN with an associate’s degree. According to, the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) reported the average salary of an RN was $66,620, while the average salary for BSN-equipped RNs was $75,484.

Can I earn my BSN online?

It depends on the program. Eagle Gate College offers their BSN program in a hybrid 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.

Eagle Gate College BS in Nursing graduates are fully trained in these areas:

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

Our schedules work around your work

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Eagle Gate is offered in a hybrid format. The majority of courses are offered online, so it’s perfect for working adults, full-time parents, and others who can’t attend class every day.

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

You can relax knowing your BS in Nursing degree from Eagle Gate College will pay dividends wherever it takes you. Our BS in Nursing degree is fully accredited by the Commission of Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). Learn more at the CCNE website.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Eagle Gate College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791. More at

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