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Nursing and Public Health

Baccalaureate Completion for Registered Nurses (RN to BSN Program)


RN to BSN Program Online Information Session

Wed., November 18 at 4:30 p.m. EST



RN to BSN Program Online Information Session

Wed., September 23 at 4:30 p.m. EST


Let's Talk. Call 610-861-1400 or email

Learn more about Moravian Graduate.

Moravian Graduate

The RN to BSN program has been developed to deliver the highest quality baccalaureate nursing education to registered nurses in a flexible format. All of the courses provided through Moravian College are designed so that they are relevant to the learning needs of adult students and the nursing courses will complement prior coursework and experience. The Moravian College RN to BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).

Program Objectives |  Curriculum  |  Courses  |  Contact

Course formats


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Skip the commute—join in on lectures and class discussions right from your computer. 

On Campus

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Learn best in person? Meet us on campus in Bethlehem, PA. 

Blended Approach

Get the best of both worlds at Moravian College. You can mix and match your course formats as you go. 


Prospective students may transfer in up to 16 of 32 required course units completed at two-year institutions. Additional upper-division courses completed at accredited four-year colleges and universities may also be transferable to complete degree requirements. There are no clinical clock hour requirements for RN’s in the program; however, some courses require completion of precepted project hours. 

Prospective students interested in completing their baccalaureate degree may obtain information about the program by contacting Caroline Bechtel, Nursing Student Experience Mentor at 610-625-7131 or

Special features of the Moravian College RN to BSN program include

  • Rolling admissions
  • Flexible scheduling
  • Strong emphasis in professional leadership, evidence-based practice, and community health nursing
  • Opportunity for enrollment in global health care courses in order to fulfill nursing electives

Director of the RN to BSN Program

Taylor Grube PhD, RN
Assistant Professor