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Registered Nurse (RN to BSN)

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How the RN to BSN Program Can Continue and Enhance Your Career as a Registered Nurse

There is no better time than now to earn your BSN. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, those with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing generally have better job prospects than those without one. This completely online program makes it possible to graduate with a BSN in two, three, or four semesters.

Students build on their Associate Degree in Nursing to become outstanding nurses through relevant coursework with the advantage of a flexible schedule. In the RN to BSN program, students continue to practice critical thinking, and apply clinical reasoning to make decisions, manage healthcare resources, apply leadership and management skills, and gain additional experience in community and public health settings.

The RN to BSN program curriculum of study includes professional nursing practice, population health, evidence-based health care, health informatics, care of the aging adult, advanced health assessment, leadership, management and policy, health care trends and issues, and a final Capstone experience. See full course details for the RN to BSN Completion program in the University Catalog.

Career Options

  • Hospitals
  • Critical Care Units
  • Community Health Programs
  • Schools
  • Home Healthcare Services
  • Hospice Care
  • Management
  • Specialty Areas (Pediatrics, Oncology, Labor and Delivery
  • Educators
  • Clinical Research
  • Quality Improvement
  • Case Management

How to Apply

RN to BSN Handbook

RN to BSN Standard Path

Applications for RN to BSN program accepted:
Fall semester: January 1-March 31
Spring semester: June 1-August 31


The baccalaureate nursing program at Utah State University at the Logan campus located in Logan, Utah is accredited by the:

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3390 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 1400
Atlanta, GA 30326
(404) 975-5000

The most recent accreditation decision made by the ACEN Board of Commissioners for the practical nursing programs is Continuing Accreditation.

View the public information disclosed by the ACEN regarding this program at