RN to BSN Schools

There are 1,810 accredited rn to bsn schools in the country. As a professor or instructor of rn to bsn classes at one of these schools, you play a necessary role in shaping the future of this growing field. Below are charts, statistics and analysis of the trends in rn to bsn academia which includes rn to bsn training at the following levels:

  • RN to BSN Certificate
  • Associates degree in RN to BSN
  • Bachelors degree in RN to BSN
  • Masters degree in RN to BSN
  • PhD degree in RN to BSN


Statistics

Professional Trends

National Employment growth for Nursing professionals

2,417,150 2,468,340 2,542,760 2,583,770 2,655,020
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Dark Yellow: Actual Values

There were 2,655,020 nursing professionals working in the US in 2010. The number of nursing professionals has grown by 10% between 2006 and 2010.

And the growth for all careers between the years 2006 and 2010 was 1%.

National Salary percentiles for Nursing professionals

10th percentile
$44,190
25th percentile
$52,980
50th percentile
$64,690
75th percentile
$79,020
90th percentile
$95,130

Nursing professionals in the US earned a median salary of $64,690 per year in 2010. The national median salary for all professions, was $68,155 in the same year. Thus, the median yearly salary for nursing professionals in the US was 1% less than the national median salary for all professions.

National Median Salary Growth For RN to BSN

$57,280 $60,010 $62,450 $63,750 $64,690
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Light Blue: Salaries

Nursing professionals' salaries have seen a 13% growth from the year 2006 to the year 2010.

Educational Trends

National RN to BSN Student enrollment growth by degree

65,318 71,354 76,625 80,815 78,802
51,348 56,988 63,301 68,875 71,849
162 222 279 383 523
5,558 6,161 7,137 9,049 10,509
2,974 3,475 2,534 3,117 7,305
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
  • Yellow: Associate's Degree in RN to BSN
  • Blue: Bachelor's Degree in RN to BSN
  • Red: Doctorates Degree in RN to BSN
  • Light blue: Master's Degree in RN to BSN
  • Grey: Certificate in RN to BSN

The career outlook for nursing professionals is showing a rapid change. And, on the educational front, the story is similar. In the US, 125,360 students graduated from rn to bsn degree programs in 2006. And in 2010, 168,988 students graduated from rn to bsn schools.

Thus, in 4 years, there was a 35% growth in the number of rn to bsn graduates. This growth in the number of students graduating from rn to bsn courses is greater than the change nationally for students graduating from institutions for higher education in general, which has been a 12% growth from 2006 to 2010.

RN to BSN Programs offered Nationwide

associate
1,010
bachelor
768
master
235
doctor
44
Certificate
150
Total2,207

It is interesting to note that while student graduation is up, the number of schools offering rn to bsn programs has decreased. There were 1582 rn to bsn schools across the country in 2006. And there were 1845 schools in 2010.

RN to BSN Faculty Salaries

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States

  1. California128 Schools
  2. New York100 Schools
  3. Texas91 Schools
  4. Pennsylvania87 Schools
  5. Illinois84 Schools
  6. Ohio81 Schools
  7. North Carolina75 Schools
  8. Florida71 Schools
  9. Michigan56 Schools
  10. Missouri52 Schools
  11. Indiana50 Schools
  12. Virginia49 Schools
  13. Minnesota46 Schools
  14. Washington State42 Schools
  15. Wisconsin41 Schools
  16. New Jersey40 Schools
  17. Kentucky39 Schools
  18. Massachusetts39 Schools
  19. Georgia38 Schools
  20. Tennessee38 Schools
  21. Alabama38 Schools
  22. Oklahoma35 Schools
  23. Kansas34 Schools
  24. Iowa33 Schools
  25. Arizona31 Schools
  26. South Carolina29 Schools
  27. Arkansas29 Schools
  28. Colorado28 Schools
  29. Maryland27 Schools
  30. New Mexico24 Schools
  31. Louisiana24 Schools
  32. Mississippi21 Schools
  33. Oregon21 Schools
  34. Connecticut20 Schools
  35. West Virginia19 Schools
  36. Nebraska16 Schools
  37. Utah16 Schools
  38. North Dakota14 Schools
  39. Nevada12 Schools
  40. New Hampshire12 Schools
  41. Maine12 Schools
  42. Idaho11 Schools
  43. South Dakota10 Schools
  44. Montana10 Schools
  45. Hawaii8 Schools
  46. Delaware7 Schools
  47. Wyoming7 Schools
  48. Rhode Island5 Schools
  49. Vermont5 Schools
  50. Washington DC4 Schools
  51. Alaska1 Schools

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