RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing

College of Nursing
Gain the academic foundation to set the pace for the nursing profession.

Elevate your ability to care for your patients and develop the skills to advance the field of nursing. The top-ranked Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program provides the academic foundation for graduates to keep pace with change, as well as to shape the profession of nursing. Graduates of the RN to BSN program will be equipped to work in a variety of healthcare settings and prepared to pursue graduate degrees in nursing. 

New for 2022: Starting with the current application period, the RN to BSN program will no longer require prerequisite courses for application or admission. Any prospective student who meets the four other admission requirements will be eligible for admission. A list of admission requirements is available on the College of Nursing's website.

Campus Requirements: 
NONE — 100% Online
Brittany Jeter
Brittany Jeter
RN to BSN Graduate
"The online RN-BSN program fits the needs of a full-time nurse, and the understanding faculty worked with me to make sure that I got the support I needed."

Sample Courses

NURSING ADVANCEMENT 2440

Foundations and Contemporary Issues for RNs (Asynchronous)

Provides the framework for exploration of professional issues in contemporary nursing and health care for nurses pursuing a baccalaureate degree.
NURSING ADVANCEMENT 4240

Concepts in Community Health Nursing (Asynchronous)

Study of community health nursing theory and principles applied to the nursing care of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.
NURSING ADVANCEMENT 4780

Evidence Based Practice: Transforming Healthcare (Asynchronous)

Study of concepts, application and implementation of evidence based nursing for transforming quality health care.
Nursing Advancement 4402

Evolving Concepts in Leadership and Management (Asynchronous)

Exploration and application of leadership and management concepts as applied to nursing practice and the health care environment.

Featured Faculty

Amy Jauch
Lead Faculty for RN-BSN program
Jessica Reuter
Associate Professor
Bobbi Spring
Clinical Instructor
Wendy Bowles
Assistant Professor of Clinical Nursing, Assistant Dean for Baccalaureate Programs

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