RN to BSN Online

The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at the University of North Alabama is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).

Why Choose UNA ?

  • Innovative and flexible schedules.
  • After successful completion of one semester of nursing, provision is made for 30 credit hours of prior nursing courses.
  • General educational requirements may be completed concurrently with professional coursework.
  • Competitive tuition.
  • Non-resident fees are waived for RN to BSN/MSN online nursing students.
  • Enthusiastic and supportive faculty.
  • History of quality nursing education since 1973.
  • Approved by the Alabama Board of Nursing.

Ready to Apply?

  1. Submit an admissions application online, selecting Nursing-Online and either the RN-BSN or RN-MSN track

  2. Submit the one-time application fee

  3. Send official transcripts from ALL previous colleges attended

***All Online Nursing applicants MUST have previously graduated with an Associates in Nursing Degree from an accredited community college and have an unencumbered registered nursing license to be considered for admission. Applicants will be notified upon approval. ***

 

Please note:
This online program does not lead to any professional licensure or certification that would be regulated by your state board of nursing.  Our program does include clinical requirements which are completed in your community under the supervision of a preceptor who you will secure with assistance from the course instructor. If your state Board of Nursing (BON) requires approval of a supervised field experience, such professional approval requirements remain in effect. Please contact your BON if you have any questions about this requirement. If you or your state’s BON have questions about the program, please contact Dr. Kristy Oden, kooden@una.edu. UNA has been approved by Alabama to participate in the National Council for State Authorization Reciprocity Agreements. NC-SARA is a voluntary, regional approach to state oversight of postsecondary distance education.
Currently, we cannot accept students from the following states and regions:
  • Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands
  • California