Online RN-to-BSN Program

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No Waitlists, Enroll Today!

Why earn your BSN at Bellarmine?

We’ve designed Bellarmine’s RN-BSN program to help advance your professional career. Courses focus on evidence-based practice, leadership, and contemporary issues in health care. Our 33-credit, 15-month online RN-BSN program allows you to continue working while you attend school. Our small class sizes and expert faculty support your learning needs. Start in fall, spring or summer!

  • $500 per credit hour and includes all books
  • No application fees
  • Earn your bachelor’s degree at your own pace
  • 100% online with no required on-campus obligations
  • Classwork and projects can be immediately applied to your professional career
  • No acute care clinical requirements
  • Academic support services are available to all online students

 

 
 

 

HUMANA Partnership

We are partnering with Humana to offer an affordable, online RN-BSN program. If you are a Registered Nurse working for Humana please contact your employer for additional details!

 

Deferred Payment Plan Options

Bellarmine University offers a deferred payment plan (DEFR) for those students that receive tuition reimbursement from their employers and wish to defer the payment of their tuition until 30 days after grades are available each semester.

 

 
CCNE Accrediation

The Baccalaureate degree program in nursing, Master's degree program in nursing, and Doctor of Nursing Practice program at Bellarmine University are accredited by the
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.

1 Dupont Circle NW #530 / Washington, DC 20036-1126
202.887.6791 

 

Contact Us

Kim Hawkins
Bellarmine Nursing Department
502-272-7973
khawkins2@bellarmine.edu

 

Disclosure for Students who Reside outside of Kentucky

Bellarmine University cannot confirm whether its courses or programs meet requirements for professional licensure in states other than Kentucky. Prior to enrolling in a Bellarmine program, a student who does not reside in Kentucky should contact applicable licensing board(s) in the student’s home state to determine whether the program meets requirements for licensure in the state where the student resides.

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