Bachelor of Science in Nursing
RNs today are increasingly expected to enhance their educational preparation for practice in today’s dynamic, challenging, and exciting healthcare environments. The Oklahoma State University RN-BSN program is designed to enrich and expand your professional nursing career. For some, the baccalaureate degree may mean job security in your current position. Very often, the added degree supports opportunity for roles in leadership at any level in hospital and long-term care practice. As well, the baccalaureate degree is most often required for many employment opportunities such as in public health, armed services and/or Veteran’s hospitals, home health, research centers, correctional facilities, K-12 educational institutions, law firms, and much more.
OSU’s evidence-based 100% online RN-BSN program will give you an important, broader perspective and the ability to make an even greater impact as a professional RN. The program also builds a strong foundation for continued graduate study.
Why OSU RN to BSN Online?
TRANSFER SCHOLARSHIP: A transfer scholarship of $2500 is available. For details and deadlines click here.
FLEXIBILITY: Full-time or part-time curriculum of online courses; general education classes and pre-requisites can be taken on campus or online.
PERSONALIZED ATTENTION: Accessible instructors and an excellent instructor-to-student ratio. Our program is fully online AND you still get the personal attention you deserve.
HEALTH: The concept of wellness is integrated throughout the curriculum as a significant component and focus in our RN to BSN program.
EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE: You will learn how to do what is best for your patients. Evidence-based practice (EBP) is key to improving patient outcomes and EBP is integrated throughout our curriculum.
INTER-PROFESSIONAL COLLABORATION AND DIVERSITY: You will have opportunities to explore and collaborate with individuals of diverse culture, communities and various health professionals to expand your perspectives and enrich your professional growth.