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Is the online RN to BSN program right for you?

Take the lead in your nursing career with an online Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree through Ashland University’s online RN to BSN program. This online BSN degree program prepares students for a leadership role in a nursing setting as well as provides a solid foundation for graduate studies.

What you'll learn

In this accelerated BSN program, students are prepared to take on manager or leadership responsibilities in a nursing role through an introduction to the profession’s theoretical knowledge base, research for evidence-based practice and focus on international perspectives in healthcare. Curriculum also emphasizes the role of nurses in legal, ethical and political settings.

Why earn your accelerated BSN at Ashland?

  • Complete the program in as few as 15 months
  • Online, accelerated 8-week classes
  • No challenge exams – 27 hours of credit for having an RN license
  • Global studies and mission opportunities
  • Affordable tuition and small class sizes
  • Scholarships and tuition deferments available
  • Accredited education

Career opportunities

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, registered nursing jobs will increase by 19% between 2012 and 2022. Accelerated nursing programs like those offered at Ashland can help you take advantage of this employment surge in an exciting field.

Get started today!

If you’re looking to earn the credentials you need to advance your career in nursing through an accelerated BSN program or have been searching second-degree nursing programs, consider choosing Ashland University — simply fill out the Request Info form above, email or apply nowClasses start May 16, 2016.

Admissions Requirements

Students entering the program must hold a current, valid license to practice as a registered nurse in one U.S. state or territory, or be dually enrolled in a RN licensure program, or be a graduate of a RN program and eligible for the NCLEX. Students who have a license that is inactive or subject to restrictions may be considered for admissions after appropriate review.