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Over 55 accredited online RN programs are offered at the 89 online schools in the US. There are approximately 227,919 students enrolled in these accredited online RN schools. The admission rate for students who apply to these online RN colleges is 58%. This means that 29 out of every 50 students who apply for admission to enroll in online RN courses receive admission.

These schools offer online RN classes at the following levels:

  • Associate's degree in nursing
  • Bachelor's degree in nursing
  • Master's degree in nursing
  • Doctoral degree in nursing
  • Certificate in nursing

Students attending accredited online RN schools may choose from over 2 online RN certificate programs, 14 online RN associate's degree programs and 10 online RN bachelor's degree programs. In addition, at the graduate level, students may select from one of 15 online RN master's degree programs or 14 online RN doctoral degree programs.

Approximately 29% of the 227,919 students enrolled in online RN classes, graduate in a timely fashion. The remaining either drop out or take longer than normal to complete their online RN degree or certificate.

Online RN college graduates can choose from a variety of professions including a registered nurse. RN degree and certificate holders can expect to earn a yearly salary anywhere from $23,050 to $147,930, depending on factors such as personal qualifications, educational qualifications, or job duties. On average, registered nurses earn $62,708 per year.

Disclaimer: The data used above represents both online and offline offerings. Data for only online schools is not readily available. However, this data can give students a basic picture of what to expect.

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