SAN DIEGO, Calif.—Glendale Career College (GCC) is once again expanding its offerings by bringing the highly successful Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program to its San Diego Campus. Designed for licensed Registered Nurses who have already earned their associate’s degree in nursing, this RN to BSN program offers a clear track for individuals who want to gain a competitive edge in the workplace and take their health care career to the next level.
“We are excited to be able to offer a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at GCC’s San Diego campus,” explained Chief Operating Officer Beylor Meza. “This RN to BSN program not only answers the demand for qualified nurses, but also enables graduates to advance their education and nursing career.”
The need for well-trained nurses is on the rise and showing no signs of slowing down, with nursing careers ranking as one of the most in-demand health care jobs. Medical employers including, hospitals, physicians’ offices, and other organizations are looking for nurses to fill vital health care roles on their teams, which translates to even more job opportunities for nurses in the future.
RN to BSN students at Glendale Career College’s San Diego Campus will experience the same practical, hands-on approach the College is so well known for. Classroom studies are paired with relevant training, meaning students graduate equipped to hit the ground running in the health care field.
What’s more, GCC makes it possible for students to juggle a job and family while furthering their education—offering a schedule that allows them to continue to work while attending classes. Plus students will benefit from the College’s committed faculty and supportive learning environment—all with the goal of ensuring they succeed in their program.
“The RN to BSN program is yet another way Glendale Career College remains committed to providing quality education,” Meza shared. “We look forward to seeing its positive impact on not only our San Diego graduates, but also the patients and communities they serve each and every day.”