Discover Why This Online RN to BSN Degree is Right for You

You've already earned your Diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing. Now you can build on that foundation—and your professional experience—to acquire a bachelor's degree. Our fast and flexible online RN to BSN program will enable you to advance academically and professionally.

So, in about a year, you could be wearing a cap and gown at commencement, along with other UL Lafayette nursing graduates, to receive your diploma.

For 60 years, the College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions has set statewide and national standards in higher education.

Want proof? Consider UL Lafayette graduates' pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination. Nursing graduates have achieved a 97 percent average pass rate for first-time test takers on the NCLEX for 26 consecutive years. That far exceeds state and national averages.

Here's another measure of quality: In 2005, the College of Nursing was one of only four nursing schools in the country to earn the prestigious Center of Excellence Designation in Nursing Education from the National League for Nursing.

UL Lafayette's online RN to BSN program offers you:

  • A convenient way to complete your bachelor's degree—100% online
  • An opportunity to earn a BSN in 12 months
  • World-class instruction at an affordable price
  • Courses taught by distinguished UL Lafayette faculty
  • Multiple start dates throughout the year
  • Financial aid to help you complete your RN to BSN degree

Our online RN to BSN degree program is ideal for nursing professionals like you!

This comprehensive, convenient and affordable program is the best option for an RN who wants to earn a bachelor of nursing degree while balancing the demands of a family and a career.

Top 12 Reasons to Enroll in UL Lafayette's online RN to BSN

                  

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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette College of Nursing and Allied Health Professions is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036-1120, 202-463-6930