The RN-to-BSN program can be completed in as little as one calendar year of full-time study or up to five years of part-time study. And, you may enter the program at any semester, spring, summer or fall. Refresh your skills and learn new ones through a curriculum designed to broaden your abilities in many areas, including leadership and critical thinking.
RN-to-BSN studentAshley Delgado
Kansas City Orthopaedic Institute
Current KU student, RN-to-BSN program
Why did you choose KU's online program to pursue a BSN?
I chose KU's online RN-to-BSN program because of the School of Nursing's excellent reputation and quality education. The online program makes it easy for me to complete my degree while continuing to work full time.
Why did you decide to pursue a BSN?
Having a BSN is important to me because I know it will help advance my career and provide better job opportunities. It will also allow me to continue to build upon my strong foundation in nursing, making me a better nurse capable of giving my patients the best care possible.
My goal is to become a flight nurse, and that requires five years of experience in an ER or ICU, and in order to be considered for a job in the ER of my choice, I need my BSN.