Don’t forget to check whether the school will accept your previous RN credits. If you have obtained an ADN, it is important to find out which credits will transfer for your BSN. Factors may include your grades and what program you were in. Different schools have different requirements and you should check with the schools listed below to see if their program is accelerated enough to meet your needs. You will also want to find out what the schools’ minimum GPA requirements are. Some will permit a 2.0 while others may only admit students above a 3.0.
Generally, if you are looking for a campus based school, you will want to be a licensed RN in the state that the school is located since you will need to fulfill clinical requirements at a facility in that state. However, if you want to pursue your RN to BSN online then any state’s RN will typically be okay as long as you have access to facilities for clinical training. You will want to find out directly from the institutions in our database what their requirements for licensing and clinical training are.
We have arranged the schools by state so that you can locate the RN to BSN program that you want more information about. Whether you are looking for an online or campus RN to BSN program, by clicking the states below you will be able to find out which institutions are available in your geographic location.