Now offering 100% online delivery!
Chose from online and hybrid to fit your needs!
Whether you want to complete your degree 100% online or hybrid—We’ve got you covered. Starting Summer 2021, we will offer a 100% online option.
Your career. Your choice. You’re in control.
With reduced tuition rates and flexibility to choose — completing your BSN degree just got easier.
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Complete the easy form to learn more about the program, how to apply, start dates, flexibility options and how can complete your degree in as little as 12 month.
Benefits of the Accelerated RN to BSN Degree from William Peace University
- Valuable Partner Program discounts for Wake Med, UNC Rex Healthcare, and UNC Physicians Network employees
- Flexible delivery options: 100% online + hybrid classes for working nurses (on campus, online, on site)
- Part-time and full-time schedules
- Opportunity to transfer up to 90 credits
- Earn your BSN degree in as little as 12 months
- Six convenient start dates throughout the academic year
- Reduced Tuition rates – Saving you as much as $4000
Reduced Tuition Rates
Your SAVINGS for Nursing courses is over $4,000.
Our RN to BSN program was designed with you in mind: flexible, affordable, and accelerated.
A program to broaden your knowledge and hone your craft, preparing you as a leader in the healthcare industry.
Career Success with a BSN Degree
A nursing degree is one of the most reliable and fulfilling career paths known. Very few jobs have the security, opportunity, and stability to weather any economic challenges, than nursing. What other career delivers job offers to students months prior to graduation?
Nationally, the average salary for someone holding a BSN degree is $79,624. While ZipRecruiter is seeing annual salaries as high as $113,829.
The American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s (AACN) most recent 2019 report found that the number of BSN-prepared nurses is at an all-time high of 56% of all RNs. And according to a 2019 survey by Medscape, there was a pretty big difference in pay between RNs who had their Bachelor’s degrees and those who did not.
“The staff at WPU has been very supportive and the faculty are easily accessible. These are important details that I never received at any other organization.“