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RN-to-BSN Online

Rx for Career Success

Enhance your credentials and advance your career with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Newberry Online. Courses for this program are 100% online, so you can pursue your degree and still manage your busy life. With our fast-paced program, you can complete your degree in as few as 12 months! 

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Available Majors, Minors, and Concentrations

Key Program Dates & Deadlines

Click to view the complete Newberry Online 2019-2020 Academic Calendar


Term Subterm Dates
& Holidays
Admission & Course
Registration Deadlines



Subterm 1


January 6 – February 26
MLK Day Holiday
No classes January 20

December 5, 2019


Subterm 2


March 2 – April 22
Good Friday
No classes April 10

December 5, 2019





Subterm 1


May 4 – June 24
Memorial Day
No classes May 25

December 5, 2019


Subterm 2


June 29 – August 19
Independence Day
No classes July 4

December 5, 2019




The RN-to-BSN degree-completion program is designed for working RNs with an associate’s degree or a diploma in nursing who want to earn their bachelor's degree. Newberry Online courses are offered over 7.5-week terms with five subterms for the year. Students can take a maximum of 15 credits per trimester (two subterms).



  • Bridging to Generalist Nursing Practice for RNs
  • Nursing Leadership & Change for RNs
  • Pathophysiological Bases of Nursing Practice for RNs
  • Nursing Leadership & Change – RN Practicum 
  • Health Assessment Across the Lifespan for RNs
  • Community Health Nursing for RNs 
  • Community Health Nursing – RN Practicum
  • Nursing Research & EBP for RNs
  • Human Heredity
  • Professional Development for RNs 




  • You must hold an active RN licensure, currently employed in nursing role (part-time or full-time)

  • You must be a graduate of an accredited ADN program

  • You must have earned a grade of “C” or better on all prerequisite courses

You will work with your program advisor to review your transcripts from other institutions and complete your transfer credit evaluation. Download the Degree Completion Roadmap to ensure you have the correct distribution of courses. You can use this worksheet to record previously completed courses for which we’ve granted credit and plan the remainder of your course requirements with your advisor.

RN to BSN Tuition
(Effective May 2019 to May 2020)

$395 per credit hour


RN to BSN Expenses 

  • Application fee – No fee to apply at Newberry College
  • Student Services fees – Included in your tuition
  • Course Resource fee – Included in your tuition
  • Testing fees – Included in your tuition
  • Books and Supplies – Varies by course requirements; approximately $100 -- $300 per course
  • Transcript fees (transferring schools) – Varies by institution; typically $20 - $30 per school.

You may be eligible for tuition assistance through the South Carolina Tuition Grant. We encourage you to complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) at


Newberry College school code:  003440

Apply for admission in two easy steps!

  1. Complete the Online Programs application for admission.
  2. Send official transcripts from all academic institutions.

If you are admitted to the program we’ll conduct a free credit evaluation and provide you with a Degree Completion Roadmap so you’ll know exactly where you stand now and what comes next. 


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We're Here to Help!

Our admission counselors are ready to answer questions and walk you through the application process.

Call 1.800.845.4955 or email

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Career Possibilities

  • Acute Care Nurse
  • Ambulatory Care Nurse
  • Critical Care Nurse
  • Assistant Nurse Manager
  • Pediatric Nurse
  • Neonatal Nurse
  • Labor & Delivery Nurse
  • School Nurse
  • Military Nurse
  • Travelling Nurse
  • Faith Community Nurse
  • Home Health Nurse
  • Certified Nurse Anesthetist (with additional education)
  • Certified Nurse Midwife (with additional education)
  • Nurse Practitioner (with additional education)
  • Nurse Educator (with additional education)
  • Occupational Health Nurse
  • Emergency Department Nurse


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