RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
100% Online Degree
The Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) online program offered by the University of Louisville's School of Nursing provides registered nurses who have an associate degree in nursing (ADN) or a nursing diploma the opportunity to earn their Bachelor of Science in Nursing in a timely, affordable and convenient manner via online instruction. Our unique curriculum is designed by nurses for nurses working in today’s healthcare environment.
Save more than
$14,000 in tuition!
All students starting the program complete a professional portfolio to earn credits toward their graduation requirement. These 30 credit hours are awarded tuition free!
- CONVENIENT: 100% online instruction
- AFFORDABLE: Pay for only 31 nursing credits (no additional fees)
- RECOGNIZED: CCNE Accredited & award-winning faculty
- FLEXIBLE: Complete work when it fits your schedule
- SUPPORTIVE: Professional team ready to assist
- PERSONAL ATTENTION: Small class sizes
Meet Your Success Team
Our RN-BSN program team is ready to help you get started and continue your education at UofL by providing assistance every step of the way. We know your journey is unique, so we strive to create a personalized path to your success. Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions you might have along the way.
RN-BSN Enrollment Counselor
Before you apply, learn about:
RN-BSN Academic Advisor
After you apply, learn about:
Pat Martin MSN, RN
RN-BSN Program Coordinator
After you enroll, learn about:
RN-BSN Online - Program Details
The curriculum in the RN-BSN program at UofL allows working nurses to pursue a bachelor’s degree. RN-BSN students can transfer credits from other regionally accredited institutions and complete the required nursing courses (31 credit hours) at UofL.
Nursing courses in this program are specifically designed for the RN who wants to gain advanced knowledge in nursing and provide leadership in an evolving health care system. Students can complete the program in as little as 16 months (or longer, if life demands). While all coursework may be completed online, students must fulfill the clinical requirement through a practicum project in community health, which they can conduct in their hometown.
The RN-BSN program is one of several programs offered by the School of Nursing at the University of Louisville, but is the only program offered 100% online. To learn about other nursing programs and activities at UofL, visit the School of Nursing website.