Degree Programs for RNs

Wilson School of Nursing

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PROGRAMS FOR REGISTERED NURSES -

ADVANCE YOUR SKILLS AND MOVE YOUR NURSING CAREER FORWARD

 

As the health care field becomes more complex and demanding, a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing has become an essential credential for nurses who want to advance their careers.  Our RN to BSN program is designed the help certified RNs who have a diploma or Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) enhance their professional skills and increase their value to employers.

If your ultimate goal is to obtain a MSN in Nursing (Nurse Educator, Family Nurse Practitioner, or Family Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner), you may want to consider the RN to MSN option.

Our faculty are ready to build on your experience by examining new trends and theories, exploring critical issues, emphasizing applicable professional nursing practices, and incorporating concepts of holistic care. 

Please note: If you choose the RN to BSN option, you must complete the BSN before applying for any of MSU's Wilson School of Nursing MSN tracks.


For more information, select one of the the options below:

RN to BSN Program
RN to MSN Program



Online Applications
RN to BSN
RN-MSN Application


Handbooks
MSN Handbook


Application deadlines for the RN to BSN Program:

Spring admission: December 15
Summer admission: May 15
Fall admission: August 15
 
We accept RN to MSN applications at any time.

 
For general RN to BSN or RN-MSN degree questions:

BSN Programs Coordinator:
Robin Lockhart, MSN, RN. CNE
Assistant Professor
Telephone: (940)397-4614
E-mail: robin.lockhart@mwsu.edu
Address: 3410 Taft Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76308
Office: Bridwell Hall 308D

 

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