Uniting the Heart & Science of Healthcare RN to BSN

Advance Your Career in Nursing

Roseman University College of Nursing is offering a 9-month, online RN to BSN program to help nurses complete their baccalaureate nursing education, and to expand their clinical and theoretical skills and knowledge so they are better positioned to advance in the nursing profession.

The 9-month RN to BSN Program at Roseman is structured to support working nurses in completing their baccalaureate nursing education while meeting their other day-to-day responsibilities. Like all Roseman University’s academic programs, the RN to BSN program utilizes Roseman’s Six-Point Mastery Learning Model, which allows students to master content at very high levels.  The block curriculum allows students to take only one class at a time, focus intently on that content area, and master the content before proceeding to the next block or course. The RN to BSN program consists of eight blocks each taught online by expert faculty with a myriad of clinical, educational, and professional backgrounds. Students are assigned to groups for specified learning activities to develop leadership, communication, and team skills. Students will also complete projects that enhance their previous clinical experiences. 

Fast Facts

  • 9-month program
  • September 2022
  • Flexible, online format

Now Accepting Applications for Enrollment in September 2022

 

To apply to the RN to BSN program, submit both your completed application via Nursing CAS and your supplemental application.

  • Completion of Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) 
  • RN license from within the US and US territories 
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75 
  • Submission of a writing sample (refer to NCAS for more details) 

Students enrolled in the RN to BSN program will be awarded 49 credits for successful completion of the NCLEX as indicated by the active RN-License. Total number of required prerequisite credits is 49, and includes the following: 

  • Physical/Biological Science 16 CREDITS (Total credit hours must include 8 anatomy and physiology credits.) 
  • Social Science 6 CREDITS 
  • Math/Statistics 3 CREDITS 
  • English 6 CREDITS 
  • Humanities 6 CREDITS 
  • Electives 9 CREDITS 
  • US Constitution 3 CREDITS 

The following course/blocks are required for completion of the RN to BSN program. 

  • NURS 411 - Transition to Professional Nursing (4 credits) 
  • NURS 305 - Nursing Theories, Practice and Issues (3 credits) 
  • NURS 401 - Nursing Research (3 credits) 
  • NURS 412 - Nursing Informatics (3 credits) 
  • NURS 406 - Nursing Leadership & Management (3 credits) 
  • NURS 413 - Introduction to Capstone (1 credit) 
  • NURS 414 - Community Health Nursing (6 credits) 
  • NURS 415 - Capstone (5 credits) 

Tuition for the RN to BSN program for academic year 22-23 is $8,000. Additional technology fee of $500 and Instructional Materials fee of $500 are required.

We have the tools and resources to support you in your advanced degree path. You can visit our Office of Financial Aid, review the Financial Aid portal, or contact us directly. You can also visit our Money Management page for assistance with personal finances and budgeting. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions. 

Advising Appointments 

  • Advising appointments may be requested by completing a College of Nursing inquiry form at our Contact Us page. 
  • Advising sessions are for the preliminary review of coursework and to determine equivalent coursework to satisfy prerequisite requirements. 
  • Applicants must email unofficial/official transcript(s) and course descriptions of coursework in question. 
  • Coursework information can also be emailed or faxed.  Due to the high volume of requests, please allow 7-10 business days to process a request for a transcript review. 

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Henderson Campus 

Roseman University College of Nursing 
Admissions & Enrollment Office 
11 Sunset Way 
Henderson, NV 89014 
Fax: 702-968-5279 

South Jordan Campus 

Roseman University College of Nursing 
Admissions & Enrollment Office 
10920 S. River Front Pkwy 
South Jordan, UT 84095 
Fax: 801-878-1303 

Q: What is the cost of the RN to BSN program? 

For most accurate cost associated with the RN to BSN program visit https://www.roseman.edu/students-alumni/bursar/tuition-and-fees/. 

Scholarships, grants and student loans may also be available to those who qualify to make your RN to BSN education more affordable. For more information visit https://www.roseman.edu/students-alumni/financial-aid/. 

Q: What courses/blocks are required for the RN to BSN program? 

The following courses are required for completion of the RN to BSN program: 

  • NURS 411 Transition to Professional Nursing (4 credits) 
  • NURS 305 Nursing Theories, Practice and Issues (3 credits) 
  • NURS 401 Nursing Research (3 credits) 
  • NURS 412 Nursing Informatics (3 credits) 
  • NURS 406 Nursing Leadership & Management (3 credits) 
  • NURS 413 Introduction to Capstone (1 credit) 
  • NURS 414 Community Health Nursing (6 credits) 
  • NURS 415 Capstone (5 credits) 

Q: How will the program be structured around my work schedule? 

The RN to BSN curriculum is designed to be completed by the full-time working RN - completed online. 

Q: I’m interested in the RN to BSN program, what should I do next? 

The College of Nursing Admission Team at Roseman University is ready to help! We have professional staff members who can help you through the admissions process. Fill out the form on this page to start your journey with Roseman University College of Nursing. By submitting the form, you'll also receive your personal online view book with more in-depth information about the RN to BSN program. 

Roseman University uses unique teaching methods to produce graduates that are competent and to provide an educational environment that not only produces and ensures high levels of achievement from all students but also fosters cooperation and collaboration in the learning process. This is the concept of mastery learning.

 

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