Information Request

RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing

RN to BSN in Nursing

The RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN–BSN) program is ideal for nurses with work and/or family responsibilities. The program of study is tailored for the non-traditional student and varied learner needs. The RN–BSN option at Northwest Nazarene University allows registered nurses educated with associate degrees or diplomas in nursing to broaden their education and increase their career options.

This fully online program provides accessible faculty and great flexibility. Courses are asynchronous, and no set class times means you can log on at your own convenience. A cohort of fellow learners offers lively discussions and an encouraging learning community.


Lynette Kingsmore

The RN–BSN program was designed for nurses who also have work and/or family responsibilities. The program is available completely online and is tailored for the non-traditional student. I'd love to chat with you about the program and help you through the application process.—Lynette Kingsmore, Graduate and Adult Student Admissions Counselor


  1. Flexibility and Portability

    Ideal for nurses with work and/or family responsibilities and is tailored for non-traditional learner needs.
  2. Learning Community

    You'll move through your studies with a cohort of other adult learners, creating a supportive and interactive learning environment.
  3. Preparation for Success

    Our curriculum is based in both sound theory and relevant field practice.
  1. Focused Learning

    Students generally take from 6 to 9 credit hours per semester and are considered full-time students.
  2. Caring, Knowledgable Professors

    Our faculty members bring years of professional and educational experience into the classroom.
  3. Maximized Credit

    Eliminate barriers and maximize credit for previous education.

Looking for MSN information?

NNU offers two great choices for pursuing your Master of Science in Nursing—MSN Leadership & Education and MSN Family Nurse Practitioner. You can request more info by visiting our MSN Information Page→


Do you live in the U.S.?*