RN to MSN, Bryan College of Health Sciences

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Earn your MSN with manageable, flexible coursework designed for a working registered nurse

Are you a practicing registered nurse with a non-nursing bachelors degree? Expand your knowledge and grow in the nursing profession with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) degree from Bryan College of Health Sciences.

Why Choose Bryan College of Health Sciences

  • Only 8-11 credits prior to MSN coursework
  • Complete full program in three years
  • Manageable course load
  • Distance program with synchronous video meetings in each course to provide real-time engagement with faculty and other students
  • Program acknowledges your current work experience
  • Fits into your lifestyle as a working adult
  • Affordable, ask your employer about tuition benefits as well!

Steps to Earn Your MSN

  1. Apply to the RN to MSN program and select your specialty track - nurse leadership or nurse educator
  2. Complete the RN to MSN bridge coursework - only 8-11 credits
  3. After completion of RN to MSN bridge coursework, you'll move directly into the MSN program

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Spring start: September 30


Minimum of one year as a practicing registered nurse (RN)

Non-nursing bachelor’s degree

GPA of 3.0

Current, unencumbered license as a professional registered nurse (RN) in the state where practicum will occur

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