Why complete your BSN at Missouri State?
"I cannot express how much I appreciate the low-stress level of this program while still learning along the way." -- Katie M.
Complete your degree in just one year as a full-time student. Part-time individualized plans available to meet your needs. Your eight-week courses are all online, with five start times available.
Curriculum includes evidence-based nursing practice, relevant clinical guidelines, leadership/management, and interprofessional health care. Advance your career in a hospital/clinic, school, or community organization.
Flexible admission requirements: current RN license with no restrictions, or dual enroll as you complete your ASN/ADN program. The BSN-C advisor can guide you in course planning and registration. Transfer scholarships are available.
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 (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Missouri State Board of Nursing: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (four-year BSN).