The RN-to-BSN program is for licensed registered nurses wishing to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree.
- Offered 100% online, with courses available year-round
- For program details, visit University of Delaware’s School of Nursing
Steps for Enrollment in the RN-to-BSN Program
The RN-to-BSN major is concentrated at the junior and senior levels and requires 120 credits for graduation. Students can take non-nursing courses while completing the application process. However, before enrollment in any nursing courses, students must meet the following criteria:
- Official admission to the RN-BSN major.
- Completion of all science credits.
- Submission and validation of a current RN license.
Take the First Step—Complete an Unofficial Transcript Evaluation
To request an unofficial evaluation of your previously earned college credits, please complete the following form. You must include transcripts from all colleges previously attended.
- Unofficial Transcript Evaluation Request form (1-page PDF)
After the request form and all accompanying materials have been received, an unofficial evaluation will be completed within approximately two weeks (allow additional time during peak registration periods). Students may arrange for an in-person or telephone appointment to discuss their unofficial evaluation results.
If you have questions, contact the ACCESS Center at 302-831-8843 or write to Michelle Parnell at email@example.com.
When You’re Ready: Apply to the RN-to-BSN Program
- If you have not already taken a class at the University of Delaware, please fill out a quick bio here. You will receive a Student ID Number (UD ID) and PIN. Make a note of this information to use later in the sign-up process.
- Click here to complete the online application for admission.
- Submit the following documentation to the School of Nursing:
a. Copy of current nursing license
b. Official individual copies of all previous high institutions of learning