Good online RN to BSN program.


Hello I just graduated from an ADN program and I am looking for a RN to BSN online program to continue as I don't want to stop between my degrees but continue until the DNP. I am starting my residency in PCU in August but I think I can do one class at the time( even thought people are telling me to wait), that's why I am interested in Grand Canyon University because their program is 1 class at the time for 5 weeks and you can finish the program in 14months if I am not mistaking but it's too expensive. I am also looking for a school that does not require chemistry or biology( reason why I am not looking into a state university). I want to see if there are other good schools out there and I would like to hear from students who attended grand canyon. It would be nice to find a school that offers FNP and DNP programs so I won't have to look for colleges for those programs when I am ready to take them.

Thank you for your help and advice.

Jenny Erkfitz

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Congratulations Thiate! Welcome to what I believe is the best profession out there. In the interest of full disclosure, I am the program director for the RN-to-BSN program at Aspen University. However, I chose to work here for a reason, and that's because I really believe in our university and what we do. Our mission is to provide affordable, quality education to all college worthy students. Come check us out at We do not currently offer an FNP program, but our MSN has 5 specialty tracks to choose from. The DNP should up online in the coming days, and of course we do have the BSN completion program. Courses are 8 weeks long, and you can overlap them if you want. Classes start every other Tuesday, so no waiting until Aug or January. The affordable part is through a monthly payment plan that is reasonable, and avoids years of paying interest on student loans. The quality part means we don't simply hand you a degree - you have to earn it. Feel free to email me if you have questions -


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Thank you Jenny for your response and recommendation. I will definitely take a look at Aspen while I am doing my research.

Thanks again


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I am down to Western Governors University and Grand Canyon University. I can't decide between those two but I am very tempted with WGU. Just need to know if I will easily get accepted into an FNP program after graduating from there.