Online RN to BSN

A Flexible, Affordable Path to a BSN Degree

Experience a top-tier education in a flexible online format.

Methodist University designed the online RN to BSN program to offer working nurses a flexible path for earning a bachelor’s degree. Our 100% online program also helps save time, as nurses who have completed their associate degree and have an unrestricted RN license can finish the core coursework in as little as one year.

MU’s RN to BSN program features a curriculum created by nursing professionals with direct experience in the medical and health care industries. As such, you can gain skills tailored for rewarding careers across the nursing profession. The course topics include evidence-based bedside care, research writing, health policy, pathophysiology, and nursing leadership.

The RN to BSN program at Methodist University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (

Methodist University offers distinctive educational experiences in a flexible format that fits your schedule. You’ll receive the same academic support as on-campus students, with personalized assistance that includes access to our tutoring and writing centers.

8 Week Courses

Designed for Working Nurses

Transfer up to 93 Credit Hours

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Meet the Standard for Nursing Today

With our online RN to BSN degree, you can take courses that help you work with more independence when making clinical decisions, managing cases, and educating patients. Our program includes a clinical placement that prepares you for professional advancement, and our dedicated faculty and staff can assist with securing the setting for this hands-on learning experience. The online courses include:

Explore the nurse leader’s role in complex health care environments, studying ethical-legal issues, decision-making, and additional leadership topics.

Learn about implementing evidence-based practice in bedside care and examine quality assurance/quality improvement processes.

Study population health needs with an emphasis on primary prevention, health promotion, and reducing risk at all levels.

Empowering and Flexible Online Programs

We design each online program to match the quality of in-person classes, regardless of where you are. You’ll learn from expert faculty in a flexible environment that lets you study at the times and locations that work best for you. Moreover, you will access the same guidance and support offered on campus, getting assistance from student advisors, enrollment counselors, and tuition planners from the moment you enroll through graduation.

Take Your Nursing Career to the Next Level

The American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) recognizes the Bachelor of Science in Nursing as the minimum educational requirement to practice nursing in a professional environment. Our online RN to BSN program is an ideal gateway for attaining a valuable credential and reaching your potential in the nursing field.

Career Options for Nurses with a BSN

  • Registered Nurse: $77,600 per year1
  • Medical and Health Services Manager: $101,340 per year2
  • Quality Improvement Coordinator: $55,237 per year3
  • Case Management Nurse: $75,845 per year4
  • Infection Control Nurse: $75,120 per year5
  • Geriatric Nurse: $70,470 per year6
  • Training Development Specialist: $61,570 per year7

About Methodist University

Founded in 1956 as a liberal arts college, Methodist University now serves approximately 2,000 students from across the U.S. and more than 50 countries. Our expert faculty members offer top-tier experiences, nurturing moral values and ethical decision-making while preparing students for many careers and pursuits.

Pursuing my RN-BSN online with Methodist University was an educational experience unlike any other. The flexibility of this program is fantastic! It allowed me to complete my assignments while continuing to work full-time. My MU courses really helped me develop a more professional mindset, and the confidence to be a leader. Each professor, without fail, wants every student to succeed and is keenly interested in the learning styles of their students.
– Ann Snyder
Class of 2023, RN-BSN

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