Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program is ACEN AccreditedOur RN to BSN Program is ACEN Accredited, affordable, and accelerated
Fifteen members of Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program graduated in May.Fifteen members of Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program graduated in May 2014
Our RN to BSN hybrid program is a blend of online and face-to-face instruction with our renowned faculty.Our hybrid program is a blend of online and face-to-face instruction with our renowned faculty
Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program is flexible and convenient for full or part-time RNs.Our RN to BSN Program is flexible and convenient for full or part-time RNs
RN-to-BSN program students, fall 2011The first students in the RN to BSN Program began courses in August 2011
First graduates of Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN ProgramStudents have finished the program in as little as 15 months. Our first class graduated in May 2013.

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RN to BSN Program

Advance with Excellence at Saint Anselm College

Saint Anselm College's ACEN Accredited, hybrid-online RN to BSN Degree Program offers registered nurses, who hold an associate degree, an affordable way to earn a bachelor's of science in nursing (BSN).

The rotating eight-week schedule provides working nurses with the flexibility to complete their degree in as little as 15 months.

Program Advantages

  • Hybrid-online program
  • ACEN Accredited
  • Two eight-week courses offered per semester
  • Attend full or part-time
  • Accelerated
  • Affordable

The RN to BSN Program's faculty are members of Saint Anselm College's highly regarded Department of Nursing.

Admission

RN to BSN student must complete 120 credits through transfer credits, challenge exams (CLEP), and Saint Anselm courses. Learn more admission requirements »

Looking for additional information? Request information online or contact us at (603) 641-7334.

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RN to BSN Graduates 15 Students

RN to BSN Graduates 15 Students

RN to BSN Graduates 15 Students

Fifteen members of Saint Anselm College's RN to BSN Program graduated in May. Nine of the 15 walked at the college's 121st commencement exercises on Saturday, May 17....Read More

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Spring 2014 Dean's List

Spring 2014 Dean's List

Spring 2014 Dean's List

Saint Anselm is pleased to announce that 735 students were named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of the 2013-2014 academic year. ...Read More

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Students Develop Research Skills Through Summer Grant

Students Develop Research Skills Through Summer Grant

Students Develop Research Skills Through Summer Grant

This summer, students are studying viruses that can kill antibiotic-resistant human pathogens and observing how sunfish choose their mates through the NH-INBRE program....Read More

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Professors Have Big Plans for Summer

Professors Have Big Plans for Summer

Professors Have Big Plans for Summer

Between commencement on the quad and the start of fall classes, Saint Anselm College professors are busy doing research, designing new courses, writing books, and having almost as much fun as their students....Read More

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College Celebrates Study of the Humanities

College Celebrates Study of the Humanities

College Celebrates Study of the Humanities

On April 29, Saint Anselm College will celebrate the humanities in a program called "Portraits Along the Way: A Tribute to the Humanities Program."...Read More

Request Information

Want more information about the RN-to-BSN program? Request information online

Contact Information

Susan Kinney
Saint Anselm College
100 Saint Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
(603) 641-7334
Fax: (603) 641-7377
nursing@anselm.edu

Highlighted Course

Understanding Suffering (NURN 360)
This (elective) course assists students in recognizing aspects of suffering while exploring approaches that promote hope and healing.

Suffering is a universal concept with physical, psychological, socio-cultural, developmental, and spiritual suffering aspects that occurs within all cultures and across the lifespan.

Professor Caryn Sheehan, of Saint Anselm College class of 1994, teaches this course. She recently co-authored a nursing book awarded the American Journal of Nursing 2011 Book of the Year Award. The book is titled, Palliative Care Nursing: Caring for Suffering Patients.

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