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Nursing (RN to BSN)

Take your RN degree to the next level. Pursue your Bachelor of Science in Nursing online and become a skillful, professional nurse able to manage quality care.

Are you considering going back to school to earn your degree in Nursing? If you start in our November 2017 cohort, you will receive a one-time $500 nursing scholarship for our 120th anniversary. Chat with our admissions team, if you have any questions. Details below.
  • $500 one-time scholarship for those who start in November 2017 only
  • Students need to apply, enroll, and be accepted by October 20, 2017
  • Students need to start classes on November 2 and complete the first semester

Why Nursing (RN to BSN) at The American Women’s College?

This non-residency, online-only program prepares Registered Nurses to expand their professional career options and stay competitive in an ever-changing health care environment.

Successful candidates for this program will already have earned their associate degree/diploma from a nursing program accredited by ACEN/NLNAC and will be currently licensed as a registered nurse.

This program is offered at the competitive tuition rate of just $350 per credit. Plus earn credit for prior learning. 

Designed with input from doctorally-prepared nursing educators and leaders, plus some of the largest nursing employers in our region, this RN to BSN program will allow you to:

  • Integrate knowledge and skills from the liberal arts, sciences and nursing curriculum
  • Gain personal mentorship from experienced nursing faculty members and dedicated advisors
  • Access extensive health library resources, one-on-one technology support, and free and on-demand tutoring
  • Demonstrate ethical, legal, economic and political decision making
  • Contribute to the improvement of health care on a local, national and global level

RN to BSN Support and Collaboration: Advice from the Director, Nursing Systems and Education at Mercy Medical Center

Importance of Getting an Online Nursing Degree: Insight from the Director of Clinical Workforce Planning at Baystate Health