Where you get your BSN matters because it's a degree that will open professional doors. Meet Manjit Bhullar, RN, BSN '14 and read his story.
Are you a busy RN looking for a competitive edge? Each year, more and more employers are requiring nurses to obtain their BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing). At Carlow, we offer an RN-to-BSN program completely online (in addition to all in-class, or a hybrid of online and in-class). In this highly flexible program, you will be able to stay at your job while earning this increasingly important degree. Our program provides an excellent base for lifelong learning, professional employment, and graduate school.
• Receive 30 credits for your RN license• Complete your BSN in as few as 11 months• Apply for free online• Take classes online or at the Greensburg, Cranberry and main Oakland campuses• Carlow accepts up to 88 transfer credits -- a minimum of 32 credits must be completed at Carlow• A joint admission RN-BSN program is available with CCAC's Associate of Science in Nursing
A license in the state where the nurse is currently practicing is required. This program is designed for registered nurses seeking a BS in nursing degree. Limited clinical practicum is required, as the program relies heavily on the experience gained during completion of the RN licensure.
In partnership with Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC), Carlow offers a joint admission RN-BSN program to students enrolled in CCAC's Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) program. For more information on the joint admission program, contact Monica Sieber in Carlow's Department of Admission.
Carlow University is accredited through December 31, 2024, by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.