Expand your skills.
Building on your existing nursing and education credentials to accelerate your knowledge and career.
Designed to build your knowledge and clinical experience, the RN to BSN program is geared at broadening horizons in collaborative and contemporary nursing practices — while at the same time developing leadership skills, increasing marketability and advancing career opportunities.
Do you have an associate degree in nursing?
Automatically transfer a minimum of 60 credits and a maximum of 75 credits toward completing a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Do you have an associate degree in nursing plus additional completed baccalaureate credits?
Transfer up to 90 credits toward completing a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Do you have an associate degree in nursing plus a bachelor’s degree in another major?
You are eligible to apply to the master’s nursing program after initial completion of 13 undergraduate nursing credits.
Reduced tuition ($400 per credit hour) and partially web-based/hybrid coursework make this program both easy and affordable.
Flexible course options such as hybrid classes with limited seat time and online components
Graduates assume leadership roles within organizations that influence home health care delivery and the welfare of society,
Russell Sage College graduates are better poised to serve as managers and educators, helping to aid in the national nursing shortage
Professionals have a clear sense of their role and are better prepared to serve as health advocates and maximize their own potential.
Faculty in this program have graduate and doctoral preparation in nursing and expertise in fields such as acute care, community health, gerontology and women’s studies.
You’ll have the opportunity to kick-start your graduate learning with two first-level graduate nursing courses that are offered during your final year. This will help you get ahead in your graduate education and serve as the basis for early entrance into the Master’s program in Nursing.
Graduates assume leadership roles within organizations that influence home health care delivery and the welfare of society.