RN to BSN Completion
If you’re a registered nurse seeking increased responsibility, a move into leadership, or a new role within the healthcare industry, our program can get you there in 12 to 24 months with courses offered 100% online.
What you’ll love about our BSN
With courses 100% online, this program is flexible to accommodate your schedule.
Since you are already a Registered Nurse, there are no required prerequisite courses.
Some hospitals require nurses to hold a bachelor’s degree. Open the door to more opportunities within the field by continuing your education.
Graduate in 12 to 24 months with your Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
School of Nursing & Kinesiology
Would you like to complete your degree by turning your RN license into a BSN? If so, the Anderson University RN to BSN completion program may be the right one for your professional goals. With some hospitals requiring nurses to hold a bachelor’s degree, many nurses are choosing to continue their education, opening the door to more opportunities within the field.
This program takes into account any earned credits from a student’s ASN. Combined with the 30 credit hours required for the completion program, any remaining hours can be put toward the chosen cognate/area of concentration to meet the total 120 credit-hour requirement for completion.
Our School of Nursing is proud to be graduating highly trained nurses who not only begin hands-on training from day one, but have a heart for their work and the individuals they encounter.
The RN license to Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program has multiple start dates each year.
The Indiana State Board of Nursing requires anatomy, physiology, chemistry, microbiology, psychology, and developmental psychology. If your transcript does not reflect completion of these required courses, you must complete them before earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.
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How to Apply
Completed application materials are reviewed on an ongoing basis and should include the following:
Add the email addresses of two people who will complete a recommendation for you — one personal and one professional — and a short reference form will be automatically sent to them.
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
Officially recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education as a national accreditation agency, the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) is an autonomous accrediting agency, contributing to the improvement of the public’s health. CCNE ensures the quality and integrity of baccalaureate, graduate, and residency/fellowship programs in nursing. CCNE serves the public interest by assessing and identifying programs that engage in effective educational practices. As a voluntary, self-regulatory process, CCNE accreditation supports and encourages continuing self-assessment by nursing programs and supports continuing growth and improvement of collegiate professional education and nurse residency/fellowship programs.
- Non-Refundable Enrollment Deposit (applied to tuition): $50
- Tuition Per Credit Hour: $250
- Total Program (30 core credits + 6 Bible credits, varies per person): $9,000 for 36 credits
- Textbooks purchased independently