What's different about Mount Mary's RN to BSN Completion Program?
Mount Mary's online RN to BSN Completion program has been constructed for working registered nurses looking to meet the demands of the changing healthcare environment. This accelerated nursing program places emphasis on development of effective leaders who can understand change and take on opportunities in various administrative, clinical management and supervisory roles.
We know that the working schedule of today's nurses can be a challenge, and Mount Mary's RN to BSN Completion program is designed specifically for working RNs. Online and accelerated nursing classes are available.
Features of the program include:
- Program open to both women and men.
- Accelerated, 8-week classes, (allow students to complete the program in as little as two years).
- A campus setting located within Milwaukee’s health care core offers easy collaboration with some of the most prestigious health care organizations in the region for the leadership capstone experience.
- Mount Mary’s RN to BSN program is affordable. Tuition is $25 to $350 lower per credit than regional competitors offering similar degrees.
- Mount Mary acceptance up to 72 credits toward the BSN Completion degree.
- Note: International students are not eligible for this program.
At Mount Mary you will receive a well-rounded education encouraging critical, creative and innovative thinking that will follow your career path where ever it leads you.
*Students choosing to take summer classes may complete the program in less than two years.
Mount Mary's RN to BSN Completion program is nationally accredited
Mount Mary’s nursing programs have earned five-year accreditation from the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), validating the quality of education, curriculum and instructors’ teaching methods. The CCNE notified Mount Mary of the accreditation on June 3; the programs met all four accreditation standards with no concerns.
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