R.N. to B.S.N. Online
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The R.N. to B.S.N. online program provides the opportunity for Registered Nurses with an associate's degree and diploma to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Holding a bachelor's degree improves the earning potential of nurses as well as their career advancement opportunities.
Features of the Program
- Courses taught by full-time faculty members
- Program totally online; no campus visit required
- Can be completed in one year (3-5 semester plans available)
- Evidence-based practice will guide the development of a quality improvement project in an area of the student's interest. A student will collaborate with a mentor that reflects professional goals. This requires a total of 75 clinical hours.
- Academic Calendar
- Course Descriptions from Catalog
- Curriculum Requirements
- Distance Learning Basics: Skills for Being a Successful Online Student
- Estimated Program Cost
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Transfer Credit & Equivalencies
Interested in applying to the Eleanor Mann School of Nursing RN - BSN Online Program?
- The program accepts applications at any time.
- Admission to the program is only in Spring and Fall, as NURS foundation classes are not offered in summer.
- You must first apply to the University of Arkansas at https://application.uark.edu, then apply to the program using the link below.
- RN - BSN program application deadlines are the same as the University of Arkansas application deadlines. Applications received after the deadline will be accepted but not guaranteed a decision.
RN - BSN Online Program Admission Criteria:
- Both University and EMSON applications submitted
- Current Registered Nurses:
- Maintenance of unencumbered RN licensure
- Work Verification Letter
- Recent Nursing School Graduates:
- NCLEX test date verification
- English Composition I & II completed with grade C or better
- No more than 12 outside program hours – potential students with more than 12 outside hours will be evaluated on case by case basis
For more information or if you have questions, contact us at 479-575-6640 or OnlineRN@uark.edu.