The BSN for Current RNs
For existing nurses, this means that furthering their education is the only option to having a stable and providing career for the future.
In the state of Missouri, registered nurses will find that there are excellent RN to BSN programs available to choose from. These programs have grown rapidly in population over the last decade. People in the nursing field feel more secure with a higher degree in comparison to an associate’s degree.
What Will You Study?
The program involves a more in-depth look into the scientific field of nursing as well as other social concepts that will build on what nurses learned in lower degree programs. In comparison to the effort that goes into these programs, the payoff can be greater.
Those wanting a better life for themselves and their families, RN to BSN programs can be a solid answer to stay within healthcare, work as a nurse, but have more and different opportunities with your BSN.
Working in Healthcare in Missouri
Nurses working throughout the state work hard for the 5.9 million residents currently living in this state. Since nurses can work in a variety of different settings, the job market remains vast for professionals.
State Licensure ReciprocityThe Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows nurses to have one license for nursing that gives them the ability to practice in the state where they current live as well as other states that are part of the compact agreement. Currently there are 25 states that are a part of the NLC agreement. Missouri IS a part of the NLC compact agreement, meaning a Missouri license for nursing will be applicable in the other states that participate in the NLC. In the map image below, you can view all of the other states that have the license reciprocity agreement in place.
Source: National Council of State Boards of Nursing
Nearby States & Resources
- Online RN to BSN Programs
- RN to BSN Programs in Kansas
- RN to BSN Programs in Arkansas
- RN to BSN Programs in Illinois
- RN to BSN Programs in Iowa
- Missouri Board of Nursing