RN to BSN
Take your nursing career to the next level through an online RN to BSN program.
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing is quickly becoming the standard for nurses. If you want your degree to stay up-to-date—and position yourself for promotions and raises—our RN to BSN degree program can help you reach your goals in less time and more conveniently than you might think possible. Transfer existing credits and complete your coursework completely online. There’s never been a more perfect moment to earn your bachelor’s degree and advance your career.
In gratitude for your service, deposit by April 30, 2021 to receive a special thank you scholarship, valued at $600 to be used towards your first course.
At a Glance
As little as 1 year
Cost per Credit
Is This the Degree For Me?
Who It’s For
- RNs desiring to advance their skills and career options by earning a BSN
- RNs who want to take a step toward becoming a nurse practitioner
- RNs looking to meet the increasing educational requirements of nursing employers
- Nurse Manager
- Health Educator
- Public Health Nurse
- Nurse Case Manager
- Occupational Health Nurse
What You’ll Learn
Through our RN to BSN program, you’ll gain the knowledge and skills you need to take on more responsibility in your workplace while providing better care for your patients. When you graduate, you’ll be prepared to:
- Create healing environments by developing and maintaining respectful, caring, professional relationships based upon an understanding of person–environment interactions and the individual human experiences of health, illness, and healing.
- Provide safe, quality, cost-effective care to patients, families, and populations.
- Collaborate with patients, families, and communities as part of nursing and healthcare teams.
- Integrate informatics and communication systems to improve patient care outcomes.
- Take on leadership roles informed by a strong, ethical framework.
[My] RN-BSN education really engaged me in taking an interest in the environment in which I practice, to take more responsibility for ensuring quality and safety in patient care, to identify areas of improvement and take initiative to begin change, and to act as a servant leader to improve the care I provide to patients and my relationships within the care team.RN-BSN graduate
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at the University of Mary is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.http://www.ccneaccreditation.org
Evidence Based Nursing Practice (3 credits)
Explore research as it relates to nursing theory, clinical nursing practice, and the broader arena of health care. A focus is placed on identification of practice issues, appraisal and integration of evidence, evaluation of patient outcomes, and sharing best practices that occurs within the inter/intra professional health care team to enhance the quality of patient care.
Leadership and Management (4 credits)
Enhance your skills as a health care leader and care manager. Examine concepts for care management processes, leadership theories, multiple care manager roles, and quality improvement processes. Emphasis is placed on the critical role of the nurse leader in promoting a collaborative, interdisciplinary approach to delivery of high quality care to a diverse population.
NUR 402 - Community as Partner (3 credits)
Explore the practice of community health nursing and public health nursing; models
of community assessment, data analysis, formulation of a health community nursing
diagnosis; and planning, implementation, and evaluation of a community health promotion
program. The diverse roles, strategies and interventions that community and public
health nurses utilize to promote population health are analyzed.
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View the student handbook for more information.
- Tuition: $340 per credit
- Application fee: $30
- Technology fee: $43 per credit
For a full list of fees, visit our Tuition and Fees page.
We welcome transfer students from regionally accredited community and junior colleges and four-year colleges and universities. The following will be needed when you have applied for admission so we can get you accepted into the undergraduate program:
- A non-refundable $30 application fee
- Minimum college cumulative GPA of 2.75
- Transcripts (official) from every college previously attended.
- Attended the University of Mary before? Then we’ll get your Mary transcript for you!
- At most other schools, you can request transcripts by going to the National Student Clearinghouse or by contacting the registrar’s office.
- Have your transcripts sent to:
Office of Admissions
University of Mary
7500 University Drive
Bismarck, ND 58504
- Or request to send electronic transcripts to [email protected]
A free preliminary transfer credit review can be completed with unofficial transcripts from any previous colleges or universities you attended.
For more information about our admission requirements, please visit this page.