Graduates of the RN to BSN Nursing program through Liberty University Online are equipped with the critical thinking and leadership skills to advance their careers in all areas of nursing including medical missions and administration.
Many of our graduates have seen improved job opportunities such as nursing leadership and management. Many graduates of our RN-BSN program pursue graduate nursing education.
The convenience and flexibility of the eight-week course format provides registered nurses with the option to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing for the Registered Nurse while maintaining their current nursing positions wherever they live. The RN-BSN Cohort is an alternate option for students desiring a blended format.
Students benefit from having ready access to highly qualified and accomplished nursing faculty who provide ongoing support throughout the program and a quality Christ-centered education.
Students have valuable opportunities to connect with other nursing students through the online nursing program from a variety of specialty backgrounds throughout the nation and world. The majority of the students complete the RN-BSN program in about two years.
To develop and advance your career in nursing, contact an Admissions Counselor today by calling (800) 424-9595.
On campus intensives are offered during fall and spring semesters for NURS 210, Health Assessment and NURS 325, Nursing Concepts.
For more information about the intensives, please contact email@example.com
RN Licensure and Background Check
A background check and RN Licensure verification will be completed while enrolled in the required first nursing course, Advanced Nursing Communication. There is a fee of $39.95 (additional charges may apply) associated with this requirement.
Liberty University is approved by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The School of Nursing's B.S.N. Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and is approved by the Virginia State Board of Nursing.
Criteria for Admission
RN licensure in state of residence, unencumbered without actual or pending sanctions
Graduate of an NLN accredited nursing program leading to an associate degree or hospital diploma
120 total hours
30 hours must be taken through Liberty
50% (26 hours) of major must be taken through Liberty
30 hours of upper-level course are a required part of the 120 total hours
Credit for Life Experience
Credit is given for RN licensure, and no challenge tests are required.
What originally drew me to Liberty was the fact they were so military friendly; capped their grad school tuition so that military tuition assistance covered it and it was a respectable brick and mortar school.John Godfrey