RN to BSN Online
As a working RN, you need a flexible, transfer-friendly program to help you save time and money as you take the next step in your nursing career. In our online RN to BSN program, you can transfer in up to 134 credits—which is nearly 75% of program requirements. Your transfer credits can be reviewed in one business day (on average).
- Access online courses anytime, from almost anywhere
- Go faster when you can, and slower when you need to
- Create real-world projects that demonstrate your new knowledge
- Learn at your pace while staying connected with faculty and peers
You can take up to two Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) courses as part of your RN to BSN through our accelerated Master's pathway. If you decide to continue with your MSN, you'll save up to $1,650 and finish in as few as 15 months.6
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The RN to BSN Get Started Grant saves you up to $8,935 in tuition and fees. Tuition for your first course and up to five self-directed assessments are offered at no cost to you. These online, interactive assessments are a way to show that you have already achieved the skills and knowledge for a particular course and don't need to take it. Leverage your previous experience, and demonstrate your skills on your schedule and at your own pace. Each successful assessment saves you time and money.
Built for Working Nurses
Our program is designed for busy nurses, so you can continue to work while you earn your degree. Eight start dates a year and 100% online courses, complemented by practicum experiences near you, mean you have more control over your schedule.
RN to BSN on Your Time
Online Empowered Learning™ courses allow you to learn by doing, manage your pace and stay connected with faculty and peers. Use the skills you've already developed as a nurse to move faster at times, and slow down with new material.
Set Up to Advance
Through our accelerated Master’s pathway, you can take up to two Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) courses as a part of the online RN to BSN program. If you decide to continue with your MSN, you'll save up to $1,650 and begin one full quarter ahead to finish in as few as 15 months.6
"The higher you go academically, the more opportunities in expanding your career you achieve: better job opportunities and better pay, which is everyone’s dream. As soon as I began my BSN, I was offered a promotion at work."
Do the Math
With eight start dates a year, 11-week terms and a total of 17 courses, full-time students can finish in as few as 12 months for as low as $23,750.2 If you earn the RN to BSN Get Started Grant, you could complete your degree for as low as $14,815.4
$335 cost per credit
x 70 total credits
$23,450 total tuition
+ $300 total fees
$23,750 estimated total program cost
- $8,935 maximum value of RN to BSN Get Started Grant
$14,815 estimated total program cost with grant
Other Ways to Save
Get Started with Savings
Advance your education with confidence by saving up to $8,935 on tuition and fees. Learn more about the RN to BSN Get Started Grant.
Already a Rasmussen Alum? Save on Tuition
Rasmussen alumni have an exclusive opportunity to save up to $9,695. Learn more about the Alumni Achievement Grant.
Higher education should be a manageable investment. Talk to an admissions advisor or find more about:
Applicants to this program must have a current, unencumbered Registered Nurse license in the U.S.
This program is not available to residents of all states. Speak with an admissions advisor regarding additional entrance requirements and to determine your eligibility for enrollment.
How an RN to BSN Program Will Differ from Your ADN Experience
Earning your Associate's Degree in Nursing (ADN) was a challenge, but the good news is that our RN to BSN online program is designed for working RNs. Find out more about how the RN to BSN learning experience will be different.Read more
- The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program at Rasmussen University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) 655 K Street NW, Suite 750 l Washington, DC 20001 l 202-887-6791
- Completion time is dependent on transfer credits accepted and the number of courses completed each term.
- As of July 14, 2021, Rasmussen University had 8,524 students enrolled in School of Nursing programs. As of June 30, 2021, Rasmussen University had 19,539 nursing alumni. This number represents the total number of those who graduated from a School of Nursing program between March 20, 2006, and June 30, 2021. For the spring quarter of 2021 (April - June), Rasmussen University had 603 full-time and adjunct nursing faculty.
- This price reflects full value of RN to BSN Get Started Grant. Terms and conditions apply. Visit the RN to BSN Get Started Grant page for more details.
- Terms and conditions apply. Visit the RN to BSN Get Started Grant page for more details.
- Number of eligible courses varies by program and ranges from one to two courses. Time and cost savings are dependent on the eligible student enrolling and completing both the Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at Rasmussen University through the accelerated Master’s pathway. MSN completion time is dependent on the number of courses completed each term. Please speak to an admissions advisor for details.