|University of West Florida||CCNE Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|Campbellsville University||ACEN Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|Sacred Heart University||CCNE Accredited||RN-BSN - RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing||Website|
|Rivier University||ACEN Accredited||BS in Nursing: RN-BS||Website|
|Illinois College||CCNE Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|Alvernia University||CCNE Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|Bethel University||ACEN Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|Concordia University - Saint Paul||CCNE Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
|East Central University||ACEN Accredited||RN to BSN||Website|
University of Phoenix is a for-profit university with multiple campuses nationwide.
Cost: Their website lists costs between $33,800 and $62,440. They list such a wide range because some students will need to take more credits than others. The total number of credits is 47 and each credit costs $510 for a total of $23,970, then add on $95 per course for an electronics fee bringing the new total to $28,435. Of course, there are additional costs for books and programs not listed so their website estimate is probably not too far off.
Time to Completion: According to their website 91% of students completed the program within 50 months
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Clinical Requirement: Yes, the final course “Senior Practicum: Leadership and Management” is a 7-week course with 25 hours of clinical experience
University of Phoenix offers the RN to BSN program 100% online.
Additionally, University of Phoenix offers an MSN program and a DPN program.