You're a working registered nurse who wants to return to school for a bachelor's degree, but how will you fit classes into your busy schedule? The answer is Anderson University's new RN to BSN Completion (RN-BSNC) Program, which allows you to complete your degree at your pace with online courses.
Online classes as short as 5 weeks
Begin when you're ready, with our rolling admissions and classes that are as short as five weeks. You can take as few or as many classes at a time as you like. This means greater flexibility that allows you to manage your education according to the demands of your family and career. The Institute of Medicine recommends increasing the proportion of nurses with bachelor's degrees from 50 percent to 80 percent by 2020, so don't get left behind. Get started on your next degree to expand your opportunities for management—and graduate studies—in the future.
Named #2 Most Innovative Regional College in the South
And where better to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing than at Anderson, where our Christ-centered perspective means you'll learn to meet spiritual as well as physical needs of patients; where dedicated full-time faculty members are available to assist you in person, by phone, or by email; where U.S. News & World Report named AU as the #2 Most Innovative regional college in the South for 2016 for its rapid growth in quality and innovation?
Online study is straightforward
And if you've never taken a course online, don't worry. A thorough orientation will make you comfortable with the virtual environment, as well as introducing you to the nursing program and Anderson University's student self-service system for registration and payment.
What you need
All you need to get started is proof of an active nursing license and official transcripts from the college(s) you've attended. The minimum GPA required is 2.75 in previous coursework from your associate's degree in nursing.
Courses are competitively priced at $430 per credit hour, along with a $25 application fee. Financial aid may be available. Apply now to begin taking courses in the upcoming semester. For more information, contact Jenni Knowles at (864) 231-5639 or firstname.lastname@example.org.