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About Our Program
The fully-online ADN to BSN degree will give you the education and skills you need to advance your career and meet the ever-changing needs of the nursing profession. As you participate in Schreiner’s Online RN to BSN program, you will complete innovative coursework that is interwoven with ethical principles. Our program is built for your success—you can maintain your nursing career while having the flexibility to earn an accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. As an accelerated Online RN to BSN degree, our students can complete the program in as little as twelve months. In addition to required coursework, you can choose electives that include opportunities abroad or credit for certifications that you already have!
Schreiner University's Online RN to BSN program has been awarded full accreditations from the following organizations and is in good standing with the Texas Board of Nursing:
Schreiner’s Online RN to BSN Program offers five flexible start dates per year and six sessions per year. If you meet minimal outstanding general education requirements, you can quickly complete our accelerated RN to Bachelor of Science online program in as little as one year. Here is the full academic calendar for the RN to BSN Program for 2017-2018.
APPLICATION PRIORITY DEADLINES
Summer A 2018
current students only
April 30th, 2018
Summer B 2018
June 11th, 2018
June 25th, 2018
Fall A 2018
August 13th, 2018
August 27th, 2018
Fall B 2018
October 8th, 2018
October 22nd, 2018
Spring A 2019
December 24th, 2018
January 7th, 2019
Spring B 2019
February 18th, 2019
March 4th, 2019
Schreiner University is committed to providing an affordable Online RN to BSN degree. If you are employed with one of our partner healthcare providers, you are eligible for a $2,000 scholarship. This helps reduce the average cost of the RN to BSN program, making the full tuition for the nursing courses only $8,000! Ask us today if your employer is a partner!
Schreiner’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing online degree is a Bachelor's completion program for licensed RNs with an Associates Degree. In order to earn the degree, students must satisfy the nursing core, nursing electives, and general education requirements.
The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to professional nursing and the role of the professional nurse in customizing the promotion and maintenance of health to individuals. Course content includes the nature and history of professionalism and processes underlying professional nursing, basic concepts of health and illness, and ethical and legal issues in nursing practice.
The purpose of this course is to examine the role of research in professional nursing. The value of research-based knowledge as a means to promote quality patient care, the use of the research process as a means to evaluate quality of care, and the role of evidence-based practice in the development of nursing intervention strategies will also be examined.
This course emphasizes the skills essential to the assessment parameter of the nursing process. The purpose of this course is to broaden the nurse's knowledge base, increase their assessment skills, and facilitate their ability to apply these skills in a clinical setting. The knowledge from this course is immediately applicable to everyday patient care. Another focal point of the course is the evaluation and utilization of research and additional sources of information necessary to address patient needs and provide quality care.
The purpose of this course is to examine ethical and professional issues and corresponding laws affecting the individual, and practice of professional nursing, and the nursing profession utilizing concepts of autonomy, accountability and advocacy.
The purpose of this course is to focus on the role of the professional nurse as a leader and manager in the collaborative design and delivery of customized health care. Traditional management theories and practices are examined utilizing a strong emphasis on the development of transformational leadership, including the organization, planning, staffing, directing, and controlling of various resources in today's diverse health care systems. Students are provided the opportunity to partner with leaders and managers in the clinical practicum setting to explore and influence health care delivery system issues that affect quality of care.
The purpose of this course is to focus on the role of nursing in establishing partnership with communities with emphasis on customizing therapeutic care in order to protect, promote, and restore optimal community health. The student will be given the opportunity in the clinical setting to deliver quality community health care across all levels of prevention and to explore the planning and implementation of customized community health programs. Utilizing a leader/manager role as a partner in community health, the student will be provided the opportunity to collaborate with various agencies/institutions and health care delivery systems.
This course is completed by students in one of their last two terms. Each student conceives and completes an application-based project in the nursing subject area of their choice. Students work with individual faculty members who approve the projects and mentor students through the process. The capstone project gives students the opportunity to synthesize the material they have learned across multiple nursing courses and apply it in a practical setting.
Nursing Informatics examines the history of healthcare informatics, basic concepts, current issues, as well as health information management systems. Students will apply informatics concepts to a current clinical practice setting and will suggest methods for using technology to improve patient safety and work place effectiveness.
This course will provide the RN-to-BSN student coursework that will assist in developing an understanding and the tools needed to comprehend how nursing policy and politics interact. Each student will develop the opportunities to apply knowledge from liberal arts and nursing theory in understanding the relationship between nursing policy and politics. Individuals will be evaluated through didactic assessments for their readiness in the comprehension of concepts.
This course explores global issues affecting personal, community, and international health and development using approaches from health promotion, population health, and primary health care to help frame analyses. Nursing students will learn about the basic perspectives on health policy issues in various geographical regions and the effects of significant world events. Global Health Nursing demonstrates how the nurse creates and environment of inclusion and demonstrates evidence-based, quality nursing care in complex situations as well as across health care systems and diverse settings.
This course explores the economic issues relevant to nursing practice and health care and uses a systems approach to analyzing the financial impact of health care decisions. The course further assesses the financial implications of nursing decisions from a clinical perspective. Topics include a myriad of financial concepts ranging from staffing and budgeting to measuring productivity and forecasting costs. The goal of this course is to enable nurses in managerial roles to implement change without negatively affecting patient care outcomes.
We will accept nursing specialty certifications for 3 hours of nursing elective credit, once they are approved by our Director of Nursing. Examples of approved certifications are Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN), Oncology Certified Nurse (OCN), and Certified Pediatric Nurse (CPN), etc.
Each year, students have the opportunity to travel abroad along with some of our face-to-face BSN students. The trip destinations vary, but usually take place in early summer for 2 weeks. Ask your advisor today for more information!
ART 1340 Intro to Visual Arts, 3 hours ART 2330 Intro to Digital Photography, 3 hours ENGL 3307 Advanced Composition, 3 hours HIST 1301 US History through the Civil War, 3 hours HIST 1302 US History since the Civil War, 3 hours HIST 1350 World Civilizations to 1600, 3 hours HIST 1351 World Civilizations to 1600, 3 hours
All nursing core courses and electives must be taken through Schreiner University, unless transferred from an approved program. However, nurses can be awarded three (3) credit hours towards their nursing electives if they hold a national nursing specialty certification. NURS 3201 must be taken within the first two sessions, and the Capstone course must be taken in one of the final two sessions. The sequence of the other nursing courses is flexible.
In addition to 31 nursing hours, students need 90 hours of general education credit for a total graduation requirement of 121 credit hours. Students may satisfy their general education requirement with transfer credits; however, all students are required to fulfill theSchreiner Core.
Schreiner University’s fully accredited Online RN to BSN program opens even more doors for prospective nursing students by partnering with statewide healthcare providers, offering $2,000 scholarships for its eligible student-employees. Check out some of our partners and cities where we have partnerships HERE!
If your employer isn’t currently partnered with Schreiner University and is interested in the program, contact Danielle Jenschke at email@example.com or (210)527-6170.
*Although we can accept students with a Registered Nursing license from any state, Schreiner may only accept online students living in Texas and a select few other states. Contact us today if you live and have a license from another state to see if you qualify.
Christina Bueche, RN, BSN.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. They answered all of my questions I had and were very thorough in explaining what information I needed to gather in order to apply and begin their program promptly.
The faculty was very knowledgeable. Many had 20+ years of nursing experience and great stories to tell. Although it was online, reading the "getting to know your professor" link aided in building a relationship between teacher and student. Each professor had something different to offer.
I absolutely loved the 7-week online format! It was long enough to get the work completed without too much stress but short enough to feel like I had taken another step towards my end goal - obtaining a BSN. It definitely kept me motivated to keep on going.
The program is challenging yet rewarding. It goes by quickly. Before you know it, you'll be walking across stage thinking "I did it!"
Maryvell Cortez, RN, BSN.
The staff was very friendly throughout the entire enrollment process and always willing to help answer any questions.
I loved the 7 week format.
I feel that I am more knowledgeable in making future policies/procedures now that I have completed this program.
I have been recommending this program since I completed it!
Jennifer Connell, RN, current RN to BSN student
From the admission process on, again, all fears or concerns have been alleviated by staff that are prompt to address issues.
The classes are easy to follow and the instructors have been incredible. Contacting an instructor is never a problem and responses back from them are in a timely manner, sometimes even immediately.
I have found the faculty to be friendly, approachable and sincerely caring about the students learning the material and having the best education experience they can.
I would definitely recommend Schreiner University’s online Bachelor of Science in Nursing program to anyone who is interested in obtaining a quality education.