A needed profession in need of new recruits
Nurses are in high demand. America’s aging population, an increasing focus on preventative care and wellness, recent healthcare reforms and practitioners retiring from the field are among the many factors accounting for the national shortage of registered nurses.
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing is widely considered a requirement for RNs seeking broader professional responsibilities and career opportunities. Our RN to BSN Completion Program — now housed in the John and Karen Arnold School of Nursing — is designed for registered nurses. It caters to graduates of diploma or associate degree nursing programs, whether new graduates just taking the NCLEX-RN examination or experienced RNs.
Nursing classes are delivered in a semester-long or 7-week class mod format, scheduled throughout the year in a 100% online format. The course content is taught via innovative distance education technologies.
|Estimated Program Length||1-2 years|
|Credit Hours||123 minimum|
|Course Length||7 weeks|
|Transfer Credits Accepted||90|
|Cost per Credit||$400*|
*Tuition rate beginning in Spring 2024