Affordable Online RN to BSN Program for Oklahomans

Oklahoma residents can enroll in an online, in-state Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program. Designed for students with busy schedules, this program allows nurses with associate degrees in nursing to earn their bachelor’s degree without having to retake many of the classes they took for their ADN. Because Northeastern State University’s degree program is fully online, it can be completed alongside other responsibilities. Students can earn their BSN degree at a pace that works for them from a state school with a strong commitment to educational and research excellence.

Northeastern State University’s RN to BSN offers affordable tuition for online classes, putting a high quality BSN education within reach for many Oklahoma nurses. Tuition and fees for nursing courses are around $8,000 total. Financial aid is also available for students who qualify. Since students can work full time while earning the degree, they can complete the program without loss of income.

Many students are able to begin nursing classes quickly, with few prerequisites or general education courses. Your total expenses will depend on your educational background. At a minimum, you need a 2.0 GPA in coursework you already completed before attending Northeastern. Additional admissions requirements for prospective students include carrying a professional liability insurance policy and passing background and drug tests.

RN to BSN Program Content and Courses

The program’s nursing courses help you understand the key concepts and applied practices of community health nursing, research, management and leadership, family health nursing and much more. Each of the nine upper level courses is designed to teach a specific nursing specialty or topic. The entire program comprises 30 credits of nursing courses.

Depending on the classes you completed prior to joining the program, you might need to enroll in additional ones. Northeastern offers co-requisite classes — general education courses that you can complete at the same time as your initial nursing classes.

BSN Degree and Career Advancement

A BSN degree can help you advance in your career. With more employers requiring nurses to hold a bachelor’s degree or higher, many nurses are returning to school. BSN graduates typically receive better pay and qualify for higher levels of career advancement than nurses with less education. Research suggests that nurses who hold a bachelor’s degree provide better patient care and contribute to lower patient mortality rates. When you continue your nursing education, you become a better nurse and improve your ability to provide high-quality nursing care.

Northeastern’s online RN to BSN program helps busy Oklahoma nurses return to school and advance in their careers. With flexible coursework and affordable tuition and fees, this degree program is a viable option for many Oklahomans looking to earn a bachelor’s degree. If you are interested in a leadership role, want to improve your job prospects, or seek the personal accomplishment of a BSN, this online program can help you accomplish your goals.

Learn more about Northeastern State University’s online RN to BSN program.


Sources:

American Association of Colleges of Nursing: New AACN Data Confirm That Baccalaureate-Prepared Nurses Are More Likely to Secure Jobs

American Association of Colleges of Nursing: Nursing Shortage

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