Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN). The RN to BSN program is designed for registered nurses with an associate’s degree or diploma in nursing. The format and courses of the regionally accredited program are tailored to meet the needs of the adult learner RN, and to maximize strengths that the working RN possesses. A bridge course facilitates the transition of the working RN into the baccalaureate program. Courses are taught by experts in their respective fields who share knowledge and experience in areas of clinical patient care, health care management, and professional nursing practice and leadership. Opportunities are provided to apply concepts, theories, and research in the RN’s clinical practice. Both the science and art of nursing are integral components of the program and are woven throughout. The curriculum covers nurse competencies, management and leadership, health assessment, statistics, research, trends and issues, ethical decision-making, family-centered health, public health, and spirituality in health care. In addition, the student’s learning will culminate in project proposal to resolve and issue or problem in the nursing practice. Graduates of the program are prepared to become effective leaders in the nursing profession.
Degree Level:Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format:100% Online
Tuition Basis :Per Semester Credit
In State Rate:$511.25
Out of State Rate:$511.25
Fees Overview :
Rates are an estimate, total costs may vary.
- Tuition (per credit): $470
- Military Tuition (per credit): $250
- Canyon Connect Fee (per course): $85
- Learning Management Service Fee (one-time): $400
- Graduation Fee (one-time): $150
International Students Accepted:Yes
This is a bachelor completion program. A total of 120 credits are required, including transfer credits.
- Major curriculum: 36 credits
- Requires a current RN license
Not authorized for resdients of TN, WA, MS*
MS* = Associate's Degree or Higher
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
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