RN to BS Nursing

Why BSU’s RN to BS-Nursing Program

Reasons to Earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing

  • “43.2% of hospitals and other healthcare settings are requiring new hires to have a bachelor’s degree in nursing, while 82.1% of employers are expressing a strong preference for BSN program graduates” (AACN)
  • Magnet hospitals, generally recognized as the best, prefer nurses with a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Nursing managers at Magnet hospitals must have their bachelor’s degree.
  • Advance your nursing skills …create a positive impact in healthcare with a BS in Nursing.

Program Highlights

  • 100% Online Coursework 
  • Designed for the working RN with no mandatory course times.
  • Go from RN to BS-Nursing in as little as one year.
  • Program tuition is less than $11,000.
  • Earn your BS in Nursing in as few as 32 credits.
  • Start Fall, Spring, or Summer semester.
  • Flexible, take one or two classes at a time, or go full-time.
  • Thousands of dollars in nursing scholarships available
  • No prerequisites – Only your RN license
  • Become a Public Health Nurse (PHN)
  • Small class sizes.  You get to know your faculty on a first-name basis
  • Practice experiences close to home
  • RN-BS Schedule of Courses 2021-2022
  • Earn an ELNEC Certificate while pursuing your BS in Nursing
  • Niganawenimaanaanig Indigenous Nursing Program

Your Next Steps:

  1. Apply to BSU
  2. Fill out the RN to BS-Nursing application   
  3. Apply for Financial Aid (if necessary)
  4. Contact your advisor to register for classes
  5. RN-BS Synchronous Class Schedule 2021-2022

 

Apply Now

Questions?
Contact Mike Simpson, Student Services Coord.

Mike Simpson

 

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