Online advancement for current professionals
The RN to BSN Program is an online advancement program for current registered nurses (RNs) with an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) or a Diploma in Nursing.
Curriculum is presented through distance education, with courses available on demand, anytime, to fit your schedule. All courses are offered in 16-week sessions and 8-week sessions (starting in summer of 2021). Some courses may occasionally require that you log-in for class at a specific time. Students interested in supplementation with monthly face-to-face groups may sign up for the hybrid option in North Platte, Nebraska.
All clinical requirements may be satisfied in your local community or one nearby. UNMC has relationships with over 100 health care institutions across Nebraska and in selected other states to provide students a convenient, diverse range of clinical learning.
Important information for out-of-state students.
For more information about satisfying clinical requirements in your local community or one nearby, contact a student services representative. UNMC has relationships with over 100 health care institutions across Nebraska and in selected other states.
Speak with a student services coordinator.
Submit your application through the Centralized Application Service for Nursing Programs.
You may save and return to your application until you are ready to submit it. You will self-enter all college coursework, including prerequisites and any courses taken for credit during high school, courses completed through placement exam and all courses in progress.
After you submit your application, NursingCAS will add your references and transcripts to it as they are submitted. Monitor progress through your NursingCAS account and through your email.
Read the undergraduate admissions policy for details about prerequisites and admissions requirements.