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RN to BSN

Our reputation in nursing helps YOU land a job

RN to BSN 

  

As a Registered Nurse (RN), you know that earning your bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) brings you more opportunities and better job security. Marian’s Adult Programs online RN to BSN program will build upon your prior education, expand your knowledge, and immensely refine your physical assessment skills.

Earn a Degree While Balancing Work, Life, and School

Marian University has a long and respected history of excellence in training nurses. Indianapolis residents will have access to classroom based general education courses, while all RN to BSN students will be able to complete their degree online. This enables students to successfully balance classes with work and family responsibilities. In addition, our program is framed by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN) Essentials of Baccalaureate Nursing Education.

Enhance your Leadership Skills

The RN to BSN program will actively prepare you for a nursing leadership role in as little as 16 months. Marian University integrates nursing courses with liberal arts courses to enhance your communication, management, and critical thinking skills. Our BSN graduates are well-respected and prepared to manage the complex health care needs of diverse patient populations throughout the global community.

Spotlight

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Jennifer Jones, a 2015 RN to BSN graduate enrolled at MAP while working as an RN. She understood that she needed the additional job security holding a bachelor of science in nursing degree would give her. Having worked along-side other Marian nurses for years, she had first-hand experience to validate Marian University's reputation for nursing excellence. 

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