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Nursing: RN to BSN

Online RN-BSN Program Offers:

Our new nursing online program provides the accessibility for the working or busy registered nurse professional.  Online nursing core course completion is possible in as little as 12 months*.  Most non-nursing degree requirements are offered online or hybrid format.  Our online classroom size provides a sense of community and inclusiveness.  Sample RN to BSN transition plans are found here.

The RN-BSN online program is offered at a reduced rate from the traditional BSN program.  Our financial aid professionals are ready to review options that may apply.

Personalized Attention
We realize returning to school is a big step.  Your academic journey includes a nurse-advisor every step of the way.  Faculty is based on campus and active members of the Breen School of Nursing.  Our goal is to provide you the tools to achieve your goal.

                       Ursuline College and Lakeland Community College Dual Enrollment

A new partnership between Lakeland Community College and Ursuline College allows students to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing in less time at a lower cost. The program is designed to meet Northeast Ohio’s demand for nurses with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN).
Students who dually enroll full-time in the Lakeland and Ursuline Breen School of Nursing programs can complete an associate degree in nursing (RN) in five semesters and then complete a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) in as few as two additional semesters post-licensure. Students will attend classes throughout the academic year including online courses during the summer semester. 

New first-time Lakeland students who are college ready can start immediately with no waiting. Students are eligible to take the state nursing exam upon earning the associate degree. Students can seek employment once they are licensed as a registered nurse. 

Regina Prosser DNP, MSN, CNE, RN-BC
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