Nursing RN-BSN Track
RNs Earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Entirely Online
Through The University of Texas at Tyler’s RN-BSN degree track, you can complete your nursing degree program all online—no campus time is required.
- Plan your study schedule around your work and home life.
- Increase your career mobility and earning potential while helping your employer earn “magnet” status, an industry indicator of high quality.
RN-BSN Online: Top-Caliber. Convenient.
- Advance from an associate’s degree or diploma RN to BSN status in as little as 12 months of intensive study.
- Or, take as a long as you need to complete your BSN: Graduation dates are flexible.
- Minimal clinical time is required since you’re already employed in the nursing field.
- Learn with full-time UT Tyler master’s and doctorally-prepared nursing faculty who teach all online classes. You’ll receive the same rigorous preparation provided to students who study on campus.
Learn more from the School of Nursing.
Career Outlook for Nursing With a BSN Degree
Nurses who hold the BSN degree can expect outstanding career prospects in the years ahead. A bachelor’s degree not only improves your earning power, but also increases your career mobility and professional status.
For more, go to Occupational Outlook Handbook - Registered Nurses.
Marketable Skills for Nursing Majors
For information about nursing skills that are most sought after by employers in today's job market, visit Marketable Skills for the College of Nursing & Health Sciences.
BSN Online Courses: Designed for Working Nurses
Issues in Professional Nursing
This course for the registered nurse synthesizes ethical/legal concepts required for examination of sound decision making in clinical practice and legal responsibility.
Professional Development for the RN
Broaden your existing knowledge of the discipline of nursing based on a liberal arts education. Emphasis is on professional role expansion through exploration of contemporary nursing issues.
Study the etiologic, symptomatologic and pathologic aspects of selected human diseases across the life span.