Go from RN to BSN Online in 1 Year

The flexibility you need to earn your BSN and accomodate your busy schedule

100% Online BSN Coursework for Working RNs

 

Some RN to BSN options ask you to compromise high-quality instruction and interactivity for speed and cost. We combine attentive faculty, relentless support and the flexibility you need to accommodate your demanding schedule as a working nurse.

- Next Session Starts August 30 -

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45 Credit Hours

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CCNE Accredited1

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Earn Your BSN in Just 1 Year

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Average New Student Tuition less than $14,000*

 

*Savings vary on transcript evaluation, grant eligibility, and group specific tuition rates

My BSN says to my coworkers that I study, analyze, interpret and demand evidence that supports my nursing practice. I wish I had returned to school 30 years ago.


Kathleen Hill
RN to BSN Graduate

Whether you want to improve your evidence-based practice, move into leadership, management or teaching, we want to help you design the future that's right for you.
  • Receive a minimum 77 credits as a working RN
  • We partner with healthcare institutions and organizations across the country to offer special tuition rates and dedicated advising
  • Admission representatives can help find a plan that fits your budget with financial aid, scholarships and grants available
  • Taught by experienced nurse educators who are committed to timely interactions and being easily available
  • 100% online coursework with 24/7 access and no mandatory login times
  • New students save up to 47%* on tuition - a value of $12,550
    *Savings varies on transcript evaluation and grant eligibility
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Our admission representatives are available to answer your questions about admission requirements and walk you through the application process.

 

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What are proficiency credits?

At Chamberlain, you’ll be awarded 77 proficiency credits from your clinical experience as a registered nurse. Additionally, you’ll have your transcript assessed for transfer credits that can cut down on general education courses you need to take before jumping into your advanced work. 

How long is the RN to BSN Option?

You can earn your RN to BSN in as few as three semesters of year-round, full-time enrollment. If you prefer to go at your own pace, you can also enroll part-time – or adjust your RN BSN course load for a session to best accommodate your schedule and other obligations.

What’s the difference between RN and BSN?

The main difference between RN and BSN is that a BSN is an educational degree, rather than a licensure or job title. You can pursue a BSN and RN at the same time through an entry-level program like Chamberlain’s 3-Year BSN degree. Alternately, you could become an RN through a diploma or associate degree program, and later return to school to complete your BSN through an RN to BSN online program.

Can I still work while earning my BSN?

Absolutely. If you’re already an RN, our RN to BSN Option is designed for busy, working nurses. You will have no mandatory log-in times, allowing you more flexibility to complete your weekly assignments according to your schedule.

Making School Work in Uncertain Times

 

There’s no doubt COVID-19 is affecting the way you see your future. That’s why we want to make it possible for nurses who are able, to continue their education.

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Admissions assistance

Our admissions representatives will make the process of applying as effortless as possible including transcript retrieval and customizing curriculum plans.

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Complimentary wellness services

A 24/7 resource to help with emotional support, work/life balance, financial, legal issues, and other life challenges.

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Extraordinary Healthcare Community

Chamberlain University continues to raise the standard of nursing and healthcare education and advance healthcare outcomes in communities across the country and around the world.

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Personalized deadlines

Working nurses can work with their instructors to set and move deadlines to accommodate schedule changes.

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Accreditation? Check.

Chamberlain University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (www.hlcommission.org), a regional accreditation agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.


The baccalaureate degree program in nursing, master’s degree program in nursing, Doctor of Nursing Practice program, and post graduate APRN certificate program at Chamberlain University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).


For the most updated accreditation information, visit chamberlain.edu/accreditation.

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