The RN to BSN Option
Earn your BSN 100% Online
The RN to BSN online option is designed for currently licensed registered nurses who have completed an associate degree in nursing (ADN) looking to advance their education with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. Courses are 100% online, scheduled in seven-week blocks, and completed one at a time, with two courses offered per semester. Designed for working nurses, the RN to BSN online courses maintain high standards in advanced education and allow you to further your education without putting your employment on hold.
If you have an associate degree (ADN) or diploma from an accredited hospital nursing program diploma and want to further your education without putting your employment on hold, enroll in our RN to BSN online program. Admissions are open year-round. Be a part of the SXU nursing alumni who are highly recognized nationwide.
Learn more about the RN to BSN program in the video below:
Program Length5 semesters
Credit Hours28 hours + 6 hours consisting of online religion course and philosophy course
TOTAL hours = 34 hours
CostTuition Per Credit Hour: $475
Credit Hours to Complete: 34 hours
Approximate Cost: $16,150
*20% additional discount applies to clinical partner sites*
Please note: This program is under review. No longer accepting applications.
Financial Aid Options
Students enrolled in the RN to BSN online program may be eligible for financial aid. To learn more about your financial aid options, visit the Financial Aid web page or the outside scholarships page.
Also, visit the Nursing Schools Almanac website to learn more about their RN to BSN Scholarship.
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Featured RN to BSN Student
"Saint Xavier's RN to BSN program provides students with the necessary tools, resources, and challenging course work to build upon and broaden their existing knowledge in preparation to become future leaders in nursing."