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Many registered nurses (RNs) who earned associate’s degrees are finding it difficult to find jobs. The medical field is changing, and it is becoming more and more important for RNs to attain bachelor’s degrees to stay competitive in the job market. Fortunately, there are RN-to-BSN degrees available in Delaware, which can help you to work toward a bachelor’s degree.

There are many advantages to pursuing an RN-to-BSN degree in addition to helping you become a more competitive job applicant. Many hospitals and other employers in the healthcare field offer perks such as tuition reimbursement to their employees to encourage their nurses to be the best-trained and best-educated in the field. Not only that, most RN-to-BSN programs offer classes part time and accommodate busy schedules, so that you don’t even have to take time away from work.

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BSN degree programs typically include courses in hard sciences, and also have a hands-on clinical element. RN-to-BSN degree picks up right where your associate’s degree program left off, so you won’t have to repeat too much of the same material.

With your new BSN degree, you should have little trouble finding a job with one of Delaware’s major healthcare employers, such as Saint Francis Hospital, Christiana Hospital, Kent General Hospital, Nanticoke Memorial Hospital, and Milford Memorial Hospital.

Below you’ll find a list of Delaware’s top schools with accredited RN-to-BSN programs.

Wilmington

Wilmington University
320 Dupont Highway | New Castle, Delaware 19720
Programs offered: Bachelor's in Registered Nursing
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