The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-to-BS) Degree Completion program at Regis College is designed for the Registered nurse with an associate's degree who wishes to continue their education for professional and personal growth. The student will earn a baccalaureate degree with a major in nursing. Upon the successful completion of this program, there is a direct pathway to the Master of Science in Nursing program for those that want to continue their education.

Why Earn Your RN to BS Degree at Regis?

  • Can be completed in 12 months.
  • Online modality with classes offered asynchronous or Zoom synchronous hybrid.
  • No clinical component.
  • 45 credits will be awarded for associate's degree nursing courses and active RN license.
  • Personalized academic support from faculty, the program director, and an advisor.

Once accepted into the program, it will be important to meet with your advisor to develop your personal curriculum plan, as the sequencing of courses can impact the time it takes you to complete the program.

We invite you to download the RN to BS flyer to review the required curriculum and prerequisites, and to hear what a student has to say about their experience!

Want to learn more about this program?

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Complete in as little as 12 months
Credits awarded for associate’s degree nursing courses and active RN license
Transfer in a total of 90 credits
Not only does this program help you further and develop your critical thinking and evidence-based practice skills, it also is what hospitals and collegiate programs will look for should you plan to continue on with your master’s or doctorate. I have attended a number of universities throughout my journey, but none of them have really helped me to succeed the way Regis has. I am constantly blown away by the support that continues to be offered to me here. The relationships with my professors that I have cultivated is by far the most valuable piece of my program. I can tell how passionate they are about their roles as my educator and our overall field. It’s inspiring to me as someone who is also interested in becoming a nursing educator one day.
Molly Greenwood, DNP ’23