Coursework 100% Online
All coursework can be completed online making this convenient for working nurses to continue their education
12 to 24 Months
Earn your degree quickly
The RN to BSN program is designed for working nurses. Our high-quality, convenient, online program offers registered nurses a seamless transition into more advanced course work. Our curriculum combines general education courses with professional nursing theory, complex critical thinking and limited practicum experiences. Consistent with the mission and goals of the university, our accredited nursing programs prepare nurses as leaders who can provide health care to individuals, families, groups and populations of diverse cultures in a variety of settings.
How can a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree work for you? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the employment of registered nurses is projected to grow 7 percent from 2019 to 2029, faster than average for all occupations. The annual mean wage for a registered nurse in Kentucky in May 2019 was $63,750.
Individuals with a Bachelor of Science Nursing degree often work in health care and can serve in such roles as:
- Clinical hospital staff nurse
- Non-clinical hospital staff nurse
- Non-hospital nurse
90% of students receive some form of financial assistance
meet faculty face-to-face to get in-person assistance even as an online student
Frequently Asked Questions
Step One – Apply to Midway
Students must first apply and be admitted into Midway University. We offer a simple online application process. Create your account, submit all materials and track your application status conveniently online.
Step Two – Apply to the Nursing Program
Once you complete your university application, our admissions staff will forward your file to the Director of the BSN program, who will then contact you for an admission interview. One professional reference will be required. That form will be provided.
Admissions Counselors are available to assist you with the application process and answer any questions you may have about Midway University and our programs. Give them a call at 1.800.952.4122 or email email@example.com.
Admission to Midway’s RN-BSN program is selective. Students entering the RN-BSN program must be registered nurses who have previously earned either an Associate degree or diploma in nursing and have a current RN license. Please review our full list of RN-BSN admission criteria prior to applying.
The ADN, BSN and MSN nursing programs are accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing, Inc. (ACEN), 3343 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 850, Atlanta, GA 30326, Phone 404.975.5000, Fax 404.975.5020 (www.acenursing.org)
Students are eligible as “full-time and “part-time” students for Federal loans and may be eligible for Federal and/or State grants. (A full-time student is a student taking 12 credit hours or more per term; a part-time student is a student taking 6-12 credit hours.)
Visit Financial Aid for more details.
Midway University works hard to provide quality degree programs at an affordable price for our students. Our online and evening undergraduate and graduate programs’ tuition is based on the number of credit hours taken each module. You can review our current credit hour tuition rates and fees online.
Make sure you get the whole picture before making your decision. First, complete your FAFSA so you can see what financial aid you are eligible to receive and complete your application. Once you are admitted to Midway University, you can meet with our Financial Aid Office to discuss all the eligible aid (federal, state and institutional) that you have access to. This is the only way to figure out the true cost and if you will have any out-of-pocket expenses to cover. We also have specific resource information for military students.
A full estimated cost list for the RN-BSN program is available for download.
Midway University accepts transfer credits from regionally accredited institutions that are 100-level or higher with a grade of “C” or better. At the time of admission, our Admissions Counselors will provide an unofficial evaluation of your transfer credit. An official evaluation will be completed by the Registrar’s Office after acceptance.
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Midway’s Nursing Faculty are always available via email, phone, face-to-face meetings or Zoom web meetings to assist our students. Our job is to work with you throughout the program to ensure your successful understanding of the concepts and curriculum components.
Midway University’s Student Success Center provides both Academic Support and Career Services resources for all Midway students. Academic Support includes one-on-one tutoring, small group tutoring and virtual (or online) tutoring. Workshops are held throughout the year to support student learning.
Career Services resources are available to students, alumni and others within our community to help them gain relevant and practical career readiness training through education and experiential learning within internships, job shadowing, career counseling and strategic corporate partnerships.
Don’t see your question here? Our admissions staff would be happy to discuss our online degree programs with you and answer your questions. Get the conversation started by calling us at 800.952.4122 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Peek Inside Our Program
Students entering the RN-BSN program are registered nurses who have previously earned either an Associate degree or diploma in nursing and have a current RN license. If all general education and supporting courses are complete, this accelerated program can be completed in as little as 12 months, or there is a 24 month track available.
Midway University makes every effort to ensure state licensure or certification information is current; however, state requirements may change.
If you are planning to pursue professional licensure or certification in a state other than Kentucky, you should contact the appropriate licensing entity in that state to seek information and guidance regarding licensure or certification requirements before beginning an academic program.