King University

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

100% Online

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN-BSN) online degree program provides the ideal educational opportunity for registered nurses who want to advance their education by earning a BSN in a convenient and flexible format. A nursing diploma or an Associate of Science degree with a major in nursing, and a registered nurse license in the state of Tennessee (or multi-state) are required for enrollment.

The nursing degree program at King University Online is comprised of 32 credit hours of core nursing courses and may be completed in as little as 16 months. With a total of 124 credit hours in the BSN online degree is designed as a transformational learning experience leading to personal and professional skill development to meet the needs of Registered Nurses previously prepared at the ADN or diploma level.

Additionally, the RN-BSN degree is delivered ENTIRELY ONLINE with No Clinical Hours required. However, RN-BSN students must complete teaching projects in community nursing and change-implementation projects in the capstone course.

Degree outcome: Professional nurses who earn a BSN degree can increase their earnings and build their career in various areas of nursing and other related fields. Careers include:

  • Primary care nurse manager
  • Nursing staff development director
  • Nurse case manager
  • General registered nurse
  • Clinical nursing manager
  • Clinical audit manager
  • Hospice care program administrator
  • Nurse manager
  • Nursing director
  • Behavioral health program manager

RN to BSN students enrolled at King University can start their bachelor's program in the fall, spring or summer semesters. Depending on previously earned college credits and course load per term, students could complete the degree in as little as 16 months. 

RN-BSN program graduates will be prepared to meet the following competency outcomes:

  • Manage nursing care that is competent and culturally sensitive.
  • Promote, maintain, or restore health for clients of all ages and with diverse needs.
  • Apply core nursing competencies of assessment and therapeutic intervention, communication, critical thinking, human caring, teaching, management and leadership, and knowledge integration from the arts and sciences, nursing and related health sciences.
  • Collaborate, communicate and negotiate with nurses, other health care providers, religious congregations, and community agencies to promote, maintain, or restore health and evaluate nursing care outcomes.
  • Incorporate relevant, contemporary technology to promote effective health and function of clients, employers, communities, self, and the profession.
  • Engage in continued learning and development to improve the quality of professional and personal competence and accountability.
  • Engage in activities to promote respectful citizenship, Christian values, and the positive health and well-being for clients by advocating for them and allocating and managing physical, fiscal, and human resources.

Advance your rank in the fastest-growing profession. 

Enroll Today!
To learn more about admissions requirements, financial aid and application process, please request a FREE Information Packet.


RN-BSN Course Title

Course Number


Dimensions of Professional Nursing

NURS 3310


Research Methods

NURS 3320


Health & Physical Assessment

NURS 3410


Spiritual & Cultural

NURS 3420


Nursing Ethics

NURS 4310


Community & Public Health

NURS 4320


Leadership & Management

NURS 4410


Capstone for RNs

NURS 4420

Other Programs

    • No Matching Schools
  • Related Careers

    • No Entries Found
    Ask An Expert: Real Questions, Expert Answers

    Ask your Question