RN-BSN COMPLETION PROGRAM

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Overview

The University of Providence RN-BSN program prepares graduates for a generalist nurse role that improves health care and advances the nursing profession through education, research, practice, and compassionate care. This program is offered to licensed, practicing Registered Nurses.

Program Format

In this part-time program, students complete no more than nine credits per semester for a total of four semesters. All students are required to attend a live online class one day every other week throughout the program, and all students must attend a face-to-face orientation at the beginning of the program. New cohorts begin in January and August each year.

Cost for Spring 2018

Providence St. Joseph Health (PSJH) and partner organization caregivers are eligible for special pricing for this program.  Caregivers who are eligible for the PSJH Scholarship pay a co-pay of $750 per semester.  PSJH caregivers not eligible for the scholarship pay $481/credit (30 credits).  All other students pay $790/credit.

The core and prerequisite courses required for this program are offered at a discounted rate of $150/credit (no fees) for PSJH caregivers and partner organizations who are preparing to enroll in the RN to BSN Program.

How to Apply

  • Program Application: Applicants must complete an application via NursingCAS (www.nursingcas.org).
  • Official Transcripts: Applicants must submit official transcripts from each college or university attended leading to NursingCAS.
  • Personal Essay: Applicants are required to submit a personal essay.
  • RN License: Applicants are required to submit RN license information.

Apply Now  

The application for the January and August 2018 RN-BSN program is now open.  Please reference the Program Requirement section to see if you meet the application qualifications. Download the RN-BSN Application and Information Packet.

Contact

Mallory Morse, Nursing Program Coordinator
Email: rn2bsn@uprovidence.edu
Phone: 406.791.5226

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