The RN-BSN program at Spring Arbor University will help you acquire clinical, analytical and professional skills that will equip you to continue in your career journey, while also allowing you the flexibility to continue practicing nursing in your day-to-day life. This program provides new meaning to the idea of being a Christian caregiver, as you will be challenged to pursue the core values of nursing. Students may also choose to enroll in the MSN program upon completion of the BSN. When you graduate, you will find yourself fully prepared as a caregiver to meet all the needs of your patients — both physical and spiritual.
Locations and Start Dates
This program is offered face-to-face through our Virtual Classroom option and online.
- Battle Creek | April 9, 2019
- Flint | April 9, 2019
- Gaylord | April 9, 2019
- Grand Rapids | April 9, 2019
- Jackson (downtown) | April 9, 2019
- Kalamazoo | April 9, 2019
- Lansing | April 9, 2019
- Metro Detroit | April 9, 2019
- Metro Toledo | April 9, 2019
- Petoskey | April 9, 2019
- Spring Arbor Campus | April 9, 2019
- Traverse City | April 9, 2019
= Our Virtual Classroom option combines online learning with face-to-face interaction. Study from home, like in an online program, while still engaging with your classmates face-to-face. Talk with your admissions representative to learn more.
In addition to bedside care, nurses with a bachelor’s degree can go on to work as charge nurses and registered nurse supervisors. Many nurses with a BSN continue on to earn their Master of Science in Nursing (MSN).
To view the program requirements and layout, course descriptions, and to learn more about the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program at Spring Arbor University, download the undergraduate catalog.
To qualify for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, nurses must complete all admission requirements and have the following:
- 58 transferable semester hours
- A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 for all prior college work
- At least one year of experience as a registered nurse preferred
- An associate degree from an accredited school or a diploma from a National League for Nursing (NLN) accredited school
- A photocopy of an unrestricted and unencumbered RN license from the state or country in which you are practicing (license must be kept current throughout the program)
- Demonstrated computer literacy
Credit hours can be earned through testing, CEUs, and approved courses taken at other accredited institutions.
Additional admission requirements include:
- Fill out the online or written application
- Submit an autobiographical outline
- Submit a writing sample
- Send us your transcripts from each college you have attended (must be official transcripts issued by the institution)
If you have questions or want to meet with a program representative, call 800.968.0011.
Tuition and Fees
- Tuition per credit: $587
- Registration fee (per semester): $40
- Technology fee (per semester): $53 (part-time)/$105 (full-time)
Tuition rates and fees are subject to change.
For more information, please contact an admissions rep at email@example.com or call 1.800.968.0011.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing and master’s degree program in nursing at Spring Arbor University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street, NW, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001, 202-887-6791.
CCNE is the only national agency dedicated exclusively to the accreditation of bachelor’s and graduate degree nursing education programs. (AACN, 2001)
All degrees offered by Spring Arbor University are accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, 230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, IL 60604.