Adelphi University’s RN to BS in Nursing program is centered around meeting current needs in the field. The program is competitively priced, including online coursework and 35 hours of clinical work. This allows RNs to work while they earn their degree. The RN to BS in Nursing features updated curriculum, the latest technology and a dynamic online learning environment. It is also an excellent foundation for graduate studies, both in nursing and in other fields.
The healthcare landscape is rapidly evolving, and that includes the scope of responsibilities and skills necessary for nurses.
With an average 10:1 student-to-faculty ratio, and exceptionally high academic quality, every student has access to excellent learning opportunities. Our belief in one-to-one learning is revolutionizing the university experience for thousands of students.
Adelphi is a national leader in diversity and inclusion. We welcome students of all ages, backgrounds and cultures including those working full or part time who require flexible schedules.
Graduates of the RN to BS in Nursing program are ready to fulfill roles such as:
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The online RN to BS in Nursing program was created for working RNs who are interested in advancing their careers. There are many additional opportunities for nurses with their BS degrees, in settings including hospitals, outpatient settings and case management. Our graduates also find more opportunities for advancement at their current place of work.
The Adelphi College of Nursing and Public Health prepares students for careers as qualified caregivers and leaders who are ready to make an impact in their community. We began in 1943 as the School of Nursing and developed a new name in 2013 to support a new vision—combining our hallmark nursing programs with relevant healthcare programs to focus on population health. College of Nursing and Public Health students benefit from a holistic approach to health education that emphasizes community intervention, health maintenance and management, and environmental health.
The education we provide is grounded in practice, delivery, innovation and efficiency, and our students benefit from small class sizes and strong collaboration with faculty. The College’s alumni network is more than 12,000 members strong, and our graduates work as nurses, administrators, educators, researchers and advocates in a variety of public and private settings including hospitals, agencies and businesses of all sizes.