Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) opens up a wealth of professional options in one of the most trusted professions in health care. The George Washington University School of Nursing offers several options for studying to obtain a BSN.

Accelerated BSN student

Accelerated BSN

This is a 15-month program for those who have already earned a bachelor's degree in another field and wish to pursue a career in nursing.

 

Four Veterans BSN students

Veterans BSN

This option is for military veterans seeking to capitalize on their military training and experience, which may qualify for credit toward the required prerequisite courses.

 

RN-BSN student prepares injection

Online RN-BSN

We also offer several options if you have already earned an Associate Degree in Nursing and want to pursue a BSN or Master of Science in Nursing.

 

Who Should Apply

If you’re looking to change your career to nursing or already working as a nurse but looking to advance your education, you should consider our Accelerated BSN program options. With multiple pathways, GW Nursing offers an option to suit a variety of backgrounds and goals.

Why Choose GW Nursing?

We offer different pathways for students with varying levels of experience — whether you’re changing careers or looking to progress as an RN. We are committed to advancing nursing practice and preparing you as students to provide a high standard of care as soon as they set foot in a clinical setting after graduation.

Begin your application!


GW was the right choice for me because the professors were so overwhelmingly positive and supportive from day one. As someone who was changing careers, I was inspired by the work they'd done and continually reassured that I had made the right decision in joining the nursing profession. They are still a great source of support and advice as I advance in my new career as a nurse.

Chelsea Rohrer-Dann

Accelerated BSN, Cohort 6