If you’re a registered nurse (RN) with an associate degree in nursing who’s looking to take the next step in your career and advance your opportunities—at your own pace. Earn your bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) with the accredited program at Sinclair School of Nursing.
Climb the Career Ladder
Ready to take your nursing career to the next level? Learn how to apply to the RN to BSN online program today.
This fast, flexible path connects you to a bachelor’s degree from the comfort of home, wherever you live, work, and play.
Why is this RN to BSN online program a good choice?
If you’re looking for a reason to apply to MU Sinclair School of Nursing’s RN-BSN online option, explore a few standout features:
- Start when you’re ready – spring, summer, or fall!
- Work from the comfort of home – 100 percent online, and no on-campus days required.
- Benefit from access to a personal academic advisor.
- Complete your RN to BSN online in as few as 26 nursing credits* or 14 months.
- Experience unique opportunities to travel abroad and gain insight into healthcare practices around the globe.
- Still enrolled in your associate’s degree? The MU Sinclair School of Nursing provides the option to dual enroll in specific RN to BSN credit hours
- Take exemplary courses focused on evidence-based practices to apply in your healthcare setting.
- Graduate from a quality program, accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
*26 nursing credits based on completion or transfer of general education course requirements.
Career & Salary Outlook
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of registered nurses, as a whole, is expected to grow 15% by 2026. And as a goal of the Institute of Medicine The Future of Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health (2011) 80% of the nursing workforce, on average, should be educated at the BSN level by 2020.
What kind of jobs can you get with a BSN?
A BSN degree prepares you for more independent roles as a registered nurse. A BSN degree can lead to more supervisory roles and higher salaries, as well as:
- Closer day-to-day work in care and team coordination
- Quality assurance and improvement
- Community-based roles
How much does a BSN make per year?
Though salaries for RN to BSNs range by state, the Bureau of Labor Statistics states that the median average salary for registered nurses was $70,000, as of 2017. However, BSN educated nurses expand their role opportunities into leadership and supervisory positions, creating the potential for higher salaries than non-BSN prepared RNs.
Program Cost & Tuition
Estimated cost for the RN to BSN online program is: $11,933.50*
MU Sinclair School of Nursing is proud to offer one of the most affordable and comprehensive RN to BSN online options in the country. The overall cost depends on the number of credit hours you need to fulfill your graduation requirements. The typical transfer student admitted to this option needs to take 30 credit hours to complete their bachelor’s degree.
For a complete overview of the University of Missouri costs and tuition, please visit the University of Missouri cashier’s office. Mizzou Online also provides a break-down of estimated costs for the RN-BSN online option.
*This cost is for illustrative purposes only. A bachelor’s degree requires 120 credit hours, but the typical transfer student admitted to this program needs only 30 credit hours to complete this bachelor’s degree. Your hours and costs will differ, depending on your transfer hours, residency, course choices at Mizzou and your academic progress.
Scholarships & Assistance
Scholarships and funding opportunities are available for RN-BSN students. These benefits include:
- 10 percent off for veterans of the military
- 10 percent off for graduates of any public Missouri community college
- Scholarship opportunities for RN-BSN students
Points of Pride
You won’t find many opportunities like the MU Sinclair School of Nursing RN-BSN online program. Our points of pride speak for themselves:
- There is a 98+ percent placement rate for our school’s nursing graduates.
- The University of Missouri Sinclair School of Nursing is one of the largest producers of BSN graduates in the state of Missouri.
- 17 faculty and faculty emeriti are Fellows in the American Academy of Nursing.
RN-BSN Online FAQs
Explore some of our most frequently asked questions about our accredited RN to BSN online program at MU Sinclair School of Nursing.