RN/BSN Program

RN/BSN Program

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The School of Nursing offers a revamped RN-BSN online curriculum designed by nurses for nurses to reflect the evolving nature of health care. We are dedicated to your success and committed to helping you take the next step in your academic and career advancement. Recently ranked in the top ten RN-BSN online programs by AffordableCollegesOnline, our program provides a flexible, cost-effective opportunity for registered nurses with an associate degree or a nursing diploma to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing completely online in as little as 16 months.

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Marcia J. Hern, Ed.D., C.N.S., R.N., dean of the School of Nursing“It is well documented that baccalaureate-prepared nurses have shown decreased patient deaths and have better outcomes caring for patients with complex diseases. The BSN also will afford nurses a stronger career outlook. The RN-BSN online program at UofL allows working nurses to obtain a baccalaureate degree at their own pace with the benefit of support from the university’s excellent faculty and student services.”

-Marcia J. Hern, Ed.D., C.N.S., R.N., dean of the School of Nursing

Jennifer Ford, May 2015 RN-BSN program graduate"There are many other RN-BSN online programs, but UofL offered me a better education. I was able to navigate through the process easily with the help of great advisors. The professors were always responsive to my questions and extremely involved in my educational experience."

-Jennifer Ford, May 2015 RN-BSN program graduate


The Online Learning Enrollment Team

Andre Brewer – RN-BSN Academic Advisor
502-852-5368, or 1-877-81-NURSE

The baccalaureate degree in nursing program at University of Louisville School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation The school received reaccreditation in 2011 with regular reporting for a period of ten years. Our next accreditation review will be completed before 2021.  For more information, see the School's accreditation page