Baccalaureate Completion for Registered Nurses
Are you a St. Luke's School of Nursing student? Consider our RN to BSN Pathway Program.
Moravian’s RN to BSN program delivers a high-quality baccalaureate nursing education to registered nurses. All courses are designed for the adult learner, with a focus on flexible formats and experiential learning that complements prior coursework and existing skills.
Why Choose Moravian?
Our RN to BSN program features:
- Rolling admission, with start dates every eight weeks
- Flexible scheduling
- On-campus, online, and blended course options
- Strong emphasis on professional leadership, evidence-based practice, and community health
- Opportunity for enrollment in global healthcare courses
The Moravian University RN to BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
Baccalaureate-level nursing education provides the foundation for graduate nursing studies and for academic and clinical specialization.
A Moravian University baccalaureate degree requires 32 course units (128 credits) of study. The course units are grouped into general education courses, nursing major core courses, cognate courses, RN licensure, and general elective courses.
RN to BSN Admission
Are you a registered nurse looking to elevate your care by earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree? Moravian University is here to help!
Here’s what you’ll need to apply:
- Completed online application (it’s free!)
- Official college transcripts
- RN License
Once you submit your application and required documents, the completed packet is sent to the admissions committee for review. And within one week, you’ll hear back from us about your admissions decision!
You can transfer in up to 20 course-units—that’s half of the 32 required courses to complete your BSN. Additional upper-division courses completed at accredited four-year colleges and universities may also be transferable to complete degree requirements.
If you’re interested in completing your BSN degree, get in touch with your Student Experience Mentor, Caroline Bechtel at 610-625-7131 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taylor Grube PhD, RN