In an effort to make their nursing program more accessible for working nurses, the Loma Linda University School of Nursing has reduced tuition by half for its RN-to-BSN program. Tuition is now $19,600, down from $35,000, to help working nurses who want to earn their bachelor of science.
Completing a BSN degree creates greater professional opportunities for working nurses like becoming a nurse manager, supervisor, or charge nurse. Loma Linda’s RN-to-BSN degree program is fully online and structured to accommodate the schedules of working nurses by allowing them to go back to school full or part time. Nurses with an associate’s degree who have been unable to earn their BSN due to time constraints or high tuition costs are encouraged to try again.
Students in the program will take a range of courses, including public health nursing, management, and research. Loma Linda faculty are committed to helping students reach success and now place a great focus on reducing anxiety for working nurses who are also in school to obtain a higher degree.
To learn more about the Loma Linda RN-to-BSN program and its new tuition requirements, visit here.
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