Online Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN Option)
Working nurses, connect to better job opportunities, greater responsibilities, and the potential to earn more with your BSN. RN license and associate degree in nursing required for admission consideration.
Earn Your RN to BSN Online
With the demand for nurses on the rise, earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing means YOU have the advantage you’ll need to get the job you want. Couple that with the fact that nurses with a BSN are more likely to achieve higher levels of education required to hold positions like nurse researchers, nurse faculty and primary care providers, and all signs point to it’s time.
Our RN to BSN program was specifically created for busy working nurses to get the education they need to advance in their careers without having to sacrifice work and family commitments. Students benefit from:
- A highly affordable and competitive program with no statistics requirement
- As few as 12 months to completion
- Accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
- A NEW mentorship component required by RN to BSN programs nationwide
In order to be eligible for admission to the UTEP online RN to BSN program, applicants must have an associate degree in nursing and a valid RN license.
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Connect to Your Online Education
Earn a quality education at a competitive cost. Financial aid and scholarships are available to help even more.
Benefit from convenient and flexible class formats designed to help you cross the finish line at your own pace.
Earn the same degree as your on-campus peers with unique support services, just for online students.
Complete valuable coursework, directly related to the work you want to do in the real world.
Apply your efforts to a curriculum that will prepare you with valuable skills and help you earn an in-demand job.
Join a rigorous online program, taught by the same faculty with the same high-quality curriculum as your on-campus peers.