Hi, I’m Dr. Therese Speer, senior director of undergraduate nursing programs here at ASU’s College of Nursing and Health
innovation. Welcome! Ppeople ask why get a BSN-RN through ASU. ASU affords the
opportunity to work in many, many settings when you obtain this degree. In-hospital settings include emergency ICU, obstetrics, OB, psych, mental health, adult
health and many other areas. However there’s also opportunities outside of
the clinical setting. You can work in home health, you can be a school nurse,
you can work in many different types of settings outside of the hospital. So if
you’re interested in becoming an RN, why not a BSN-RN. Please come see us.