RN to BS
RN to BS Program Description Sheet: PDF File
Why choose Stevenson’s RN to BS option?
- Stevenson University’s graduate nursing program was awarded initial accreditation and the undergraduate nursing program (traditional and RNBS) was awarded continuing accreditation, by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- The School of Graduate and Professional Studies partners with local hospitals to offer a 20% tuition discount to employees who continue their education at Stevenson University in either the RN to BS, RN to MS, or Graduate Nursing programs. Eligible hospital partners are listed below.
- Greater Baltimore Medical Center
- Lifebridge Health
- Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Hospital and Center
- Northwest Hospital
- Sinai Hospital
- Med Star Franklin Square Medical Center
- University of Maryland Medical Center
- University of Maryland Shore Regional Health
- Chester River Hospital Center
- Dorchester General Hospital
- The Memorial Hospital at Easton
- Upper Chesapeake Health Systems
- Harford Memorial Hospital
- Upper Chesapeake Medical Center
- Flexibility to choose between hybrid (in classroom) or online courses.
- Individualized student-faculty advising and small class sizes.
- Designed for the working nurse, the degree can be completed in two years, part-time.
- Courses offered in eight week and sixteen week sessions.
- Financial Aid Consortium Agreement Form – A Stevenson University RN to BS student who is taking a course at a community college in the same semester as a course at Stevenson University may qualify to receive financial aid through a consortium agreement. A new form must be completed for each semester that a student is taking courses at both SU and a community college. This agreement is subject to federal financial aid eligibility guidelines. Completion of both Part I and Part II of the form is required. Completion of the form does not guarantee funding. Approval must be received from the Stevenson University Financial Aid Office. *Please be advised that students may only apply for Financial Aid from one College/University.*
- Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
- Courses are taught by accomplished nurse faculty with experience in nursing and education.
- Multiple entry points along the way enable registered nurses to start when it best fits their professional and personal desires.
If you do not currently hold an RN License and are interested in earning your RN, please visit this page for more information on getting your RN License.