The program is designed for licensed RNs who wish to earn their bachelor’s degree. You may start the program in spring, fall or summer.
Application deadlines are:
- Fall and summer: Jan. 15
- Spring: Aug. 20
The RN to BSN program requires 30 credit hours. The typical student completes program in two to three years. Some finish in only one year.
Courses are hybrid, offering a flexible mix of online and on-campus formats. You are required to be on campus once or twice per semester per course.
You may complete clinical course work at a variety of sites. Border Bill students may complete clinicals in either Oregon or Washington if they have a Washington license.
Careers and salary
Bachelor-prepared nurses work in a variety of settings: hospitals, psychiatric/mental health settings, skilled living facilities, outpatient clinics, home health, public health and schools.
Salary varies by location and specialty, but most BSN-prepared nurses can expect an average starting salary of $55,000–$60,000.
Ready to apply?
Contact an academic advisor and see Steps to Apply.