Campbellsville University

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Online RN to BSN

The mission of our RN-to-BSN completion program is to offer a higher level of nursing education through an innovative and highly-accessible curriculum. Tailored to the working adult, the program will provide an avenue for the adult learner to further his or her education in a Christian environment. The program serves the community and the region through promoting lifelong learning and contributing to the profession of nursing and the health of society.

By furthering your education, you will develop new awareness of the professional community and new professional skills. This will open doors of opportunity that will benefit you personally, professionally, and as a member of the larger community. Campbellsville University’s new RN-to-BSN completion program allows the registered nurse to continue with work, family and community commitments while pursuing that dream of professional achievement.

Application Process

Students will have flexibility for entering the Program at different times of the year. Core nursing courses will be offered throughout the year and the student may enter at any point in time by enrolling with the University and with the School of Nursing. As a student for the RN-to-BSN Program, you must supply specific information to enroll in the Program. This information should be submitted at least two weeks before the beginning of any semester in order to process the data and ensure placement into the courses that you select.

Because of the nature of the RN-to-BSN Program, the student must verify work experience as a registered nurse. New graduates may apply if employed at least 20 hours per week as a registered nurse. Class discussion is enriched by the diverse expertise of the students at this level of your education. New graduates who have not yet received their license may also apply, but will take non-nursing courses until the licensure process is completed.

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