Nursing Completion Program for Registered Nurses

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Already a registered nurse? Earn your BSN Online

Recharge your nursing career by continuing your education.

With a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree, you can land better jobs and earn a higher salary.

Save money and get value in our accredited, low-cost program.

Keep your regular job while you’re in school: You can complete this degree 100% online.

Degree options

Review a sample degree plan that details your path to graduation.

Degree Plan (Sample Plan)

Finish your BSN degree in one year if you take classes full-time.

Degree Plan (Sample Plan)

Finish your BSN in two years if you take classes part-time.

Why complete your BSN at Missouri State?

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Save money

Tuition for the BSN-C is about $3,500 per semester, with no extra costs if you're an out-of-state student. Scholarships and financial aid are available.

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Finish sooner, on your schedule

Complete your degree in just one year if you're a full-time student. Your eight-week courses are all online, with five start times available.

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Get the knowledge you need

Your classes cover topics like health assessment, community care, leadership and management. Advance your career in a hospital/clinic, school or community organization.

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Transfer smoothly

You just need a 2.5 GPA (lower with approval), current RN license with no restrictions, or in the final semester of your ADN/ASN program to get started. Our advisors can guide you and transfer scholarships are available.

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Careers and outcomes

With a BSN degree, you’ll have better training and increased pay.


Here, you'll live by a code of ethics and adopt a culture of caring.


The BSN, MSN, DNP and  post-master's Health Educator and Population Health certificate programs at Missouri State University are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (


Missouri State Board of Nursing: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (four-year BSN).