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Complete Your Bachelor's Degree in Nursing Online

The RN-BS online program is the best option for RNs and associate degree nursing students looking to complete their bachelor’s degree in nursing. Our BSN completion program is 100% online, with supportive faculty and advisors who care about your success. We offer affordable tuition and flexible scheduling with asynchronous courses ranging 5, 7, 10 and 15 weeks long with multiple start dates.

Free Application Day, June 18, 12pm-3pm

  • Drop in anytime between 12-3pm (optional Zoom) for help with your application. Get questions answered by Academic Advisors, Financial Aid and Admissions counselors.
  • Use the waiver code between June 18-21 to submit your application for free ($70 value)

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Why RN-BS Online at Boise State?

Affordable tuition

The average cost to complete the entire program is between $12-13,000. Plus, there is no out-of-state tuition!

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100% online

Work and study from your hometown! Engage in experiential learning and clinical projects in your own community under the mentorship of our faculty. Learn more about curriculum

Dual Enrollment

Start the RN-BS Online while you are completing your RN program and finish in as little as 1 semester after passing NCLEX (the average is 2-3 semesters for working RNs).

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Flexible schedule

Our program accommodates working nurses so you can create a plan for completion based on your own work, family and personal commitments. Courses taken prior to admission do not age out, so you can complete the program at your own pace.

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We care!

Our faculty and staff are extremely supportive; we’re dedicated to your success!

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Review the application process

Contact our advising staff at RNBS@BoiseState.edu to learn more!

Flexible and Individualized Learning Options

  • Ongoing rolling admissions
  • Multiple start dates with 5, 7, 10, and 15-week courses
  • Finish in as little as 12 months
  • “Study at home, not alone”

Undergraduate Program Learning Outcomes

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