RN to BSN Program Overview
Complete your RN-BSN in 12 months
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses accelerated program provides a unique alternative to the traditional method of pursuing a bachelor’s degree. This program is designed as a transformational learning experience leading to personal and professional skill development to meet the needs of Registered Nurses previously prepared at the ADN or diploma level.
- Two courses at a time; courses are 7 weeks in length.
- 32 semester hours of nursing courses; core education requirements based on previous academic record of completion.
- Cohort-based learning online or on-site format. On-site format is one night per week and one additional class online.
- Easy transfer from Associate’s degree or diploma programs.
- Students may start the program immediately after graduation from an Associate’s degree RN program prior to completing NCLEX.
- Clinical assignments are incorporated within courses to integrate new knowledge and demonstrate attainment of outcomes.
- Two-year, one course at-a-time option also available.
The admission calendar for nursing allows students to be accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year. The RN-BSN program allows students the opportunity to start 6 times per year—choose the best start time for you. King University reserves the right to change a cohort start date.
This program is also offered online. View more information about the RN-BSN online program.
The School of Nursing programs are fully approved by the Tennessee Board of Nursing, and are a member of the American Association of Colleges of Nursing.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at King University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (ccneaccreditation.org).
All Nursing Programs Require:
A laptop with Microsoft Office 2010 or later, and wireless and webcam capability. Students also need access to a scanner and the ability to scan and upload documents. See student handbook for program-specific requirements.