Indiana Wesleyan University

Master of Science in Nursing (Online)

The Post-licensure (RNBSN) program is designed for registered nurses who wish to go beyond RN certification and earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). Students join together in cohort groups and take all of their nursing major core classes together. The courses in our RN to BSN program are taken one at a time in sequence, allowing the major to be completed in about 19 months. The program is designed specifically for adult education and degree completion students who prefer guided independent study, practical professional application, and a collegial relationship with faculty and other students.

The Post-licensure (RNBSN) undergraduate program may be completed online, or in a blended modality at various locations in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio. All students need access to a computer and high-speed Internet service in order to use our learning management software system to receive grades, course materials, and other information.

If you’re considering online RN to BSN programs to further your career in the health care field or to take the next step toward a Master’s degree or other graduate program, contact Indiana Wesleyan University today to learn more about our Christian university and this Bachelor’s degree program.

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