Program Overview

The online RN to BSN degree completion program from Southwestern Oklahoma State University is designed for licensed registered nurses who have graduated with an associate's degree or diploma from an accredited nursing program. Building upon students' existing nursing knowledge and skills, the curriculum explores topics such as:

  • ​Nursing Statistics and Evidence-Based Practice
  • Health Promotion
  • Ethics and Caring
  • Nursing Informatics
  • ​Community Nursing

Similar Programs:

    Program Details

    Degree Level: Bachelor Completion

    Delivery Format: 100% Online

    Accelerated Degree: No

    Accreditation & Licensing

    North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission

    Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)

    Requirements

    Degree completion requires a minimum of 127 credits, including transfer credits.

    • Online nursing curriculum: 30 credits
    • Must be a licensed RN GPA 2.5 or above
    • Current legal resident of the United States
    • Graduated from an ACEN or CCNE accredited Associate’s Degree program in Nursing
    • Official transcripts

    Restrictions

    Must be a current resident of a NC-SARA approved states. Applicants from states other than Oklahoma will also need to check with their State Board of Nursing to ensure that the program will meet their state's requirements.

    School Overview

    Southwestern Oklahoma State University is known for its quality academic programs and its friendly service to students, alumni, and friends. Located in the center of western Oklahoma, students may take classes on the main campus located in Weatherford and on the branch campus located in Sayre. The University was established by an act of the Oklahoma Territorial Legislature in 1901 as the Southwestern Normal School. The Normal School was authorized to offer two years of training and four years of preparatory work for students who were not qualified for college admission. The first classes met in 1903. The first baccalaureate degrees were awarded in May, 1921.

    Students may complete associate, bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees while attending either the traditional on-campus classes or participating in distance learning opportunities provided through state-of-the-art technology.

    Affordability

    This program has not been ranked.

    Reviews

    Success! Thank you for submitting a review. You may not see your review immediately as it still subject to review.

    All Programs