12 Month Fast Track Program

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Fully Online and At Your Own Pace!


Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree.

Go from RN to BSN in Just 12 Months

ATA’s Registered Nurse To Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN or ADN to BSN) Online program is designed for nurses with active, unencumbered RN licensure who want to further their credentials and obtain a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.

This online BSN program is designed for working registered nurses who have a current ADN credential and need an RN to BSN degree program that is fully online and fits into their schedule so they can progress from RN to BSN. Our supportive online program allows students to move through the courses around their schedule.

Enhance your resume and increase your job security!

Designed and taught by experienced and qualified nursing faculty, the fully online RN to BSN is an accelerated program designed for current nurses to advance their degree and boost their resume in just 12 months and at their own pace!

Upon successful completion of the RN to BSN program, graduates will receive a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.


  • No entrance exam
  • Must have an active unencumbered RN license

Career Choices

  • Registered Nurse
  • Nurse Manager
  • Nursing Director
  • Nursing Educator

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Classes are enrolling now! If you’re interested in this program or would like more information about ATA, please contact us online or call +1 866-GET-AHEAD for more information.

Standard Occupations Classification (SOC)

More information about careers and occupations can be found at O*NET (http://www.onetcenter.org), the nation’s primary source of occupational information. Use the link below to learn more about BSN: https://www.onetonline.org/link/summary/29-1141.00

RN to Bachelor Degree in Nursing Completer Program
The RN to BSN nursing program does not have programmatic nursing accreditation from accrediting
agencies such as the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) or the Commission on
Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). When students graduate from a program that does not have
programmatic nursing accreditation, it may impact them in several ways, including but not limited to:
   – The student may not qualify for employment if the employer requires nurses to have graduated
      from a bachelor’s degree program that is accredited by ACEN or CCNE.
   – The student may not be able to transfer nursing credits to another RN to BSN nursing program.
   – The student may not be admitted to any graduate level nursing program that requires
      graduation from a bachelor’s degree program that is accredited by ACEN or CCNE.

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