RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Why Choose NKU's Fully Online RN to BSN Program?
Our online RN to BSN program offers flexibility and affordability, allowing you to take your nursing career to the next level. Northern Kentucky University's RN to BSN program has a proven history of producing alumni who become successful leaders in their professional endeavors. Through innovative use of technology our faculty provide an up close and personal educational experience.
Features of the Program
Our online RN to BSN Program offers the flexibility that most working RNs desire. In addition, the program helps RNs make the most of their associate degree or diploma degree in nursing. Unique features of this program include:
- No testing to validate previous nursing education
- Easy transfer of prior college course work
- Nursing courses offered online in 16 week sessions
- Non-nursing courses offered online in both 8 and 16 week sessions
- Part-time and full-time study programs available
RNs completing the BSN degree may choose a part-time or full-time plan of study. Once all pre-requisites have been satisfied, students may complete the BSN courses full time in three semesters or part time in five semesters.
Can I Work and Go To School?
Most students work full time and have family responsibilities. Our fully online RN to BSN provides the needed flexibility to successfully complete your degree.
We are now pleased to welcome graduates from the Galen College of Nursing!
We are happy to announce that we are continuing our partnership with Norton Healthcare for the 2013-14 academic year.
Will My Prior Degree or Coursework Transfer?
We understand that there are numerous pathways to nursing. At NKU we pride ourselves on being transfer friendly. In addition to gradutes of regionally accredited instituions, we are pleased to welcome students from the following programs through articulation:
Beckfield College, The Bethesda Hospital School of Nursing, The Christ Hospital School of Nursing, The Deaconess Hospital School of Nursing, The Good Samaritan Hospital School of Nursing, Hondros College, and The Jewish Hospital School of Nursing.