Nursing (RN to BSN)

Nursing is the fastest-growing occupation in the United States. Few professions provide you with as many choices of where to work, areas to specialize in, or degrees to use. 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. MSU’s RN Transition Program is designed to help certified RNs who have associate degree in nursing enhance their professional skills and increase their value to employers. This is an online program that can be completed in two or three semesters for full-time students or four semesters if attending part-time. New students begin in the fall, spring, and summer semester each year. MSU’s Wilson School of Nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. To view our information video, please click here.

Prerequisites:

1.) Completion of the Texas Common Core. Please contact Dr. Christy Bowen for more information at (817) 565-6371 or christy.bowen@msutexas.edu 

2.) Certified RN with Associate's Degree (ADN) from a community college.

3.) Apply to Midwestern State University 

4.) Apply to the RN-BSN program or if you are dual enrolled, please apply here.

We now have dual enrollment programs with the following community colleges:

Tarrant County Community College Students: We now have an ADN to BSN bridge program. For more information, please click here.  In addition, a fast track option is available. 

Dallas County Community College Students: We now have an ADN to BSN bridge program for those attending Brookhaven and El Centro

Temple Community College Students: We have a concurrent ADN to BSN bridge program. Please click here for more information. 

North Central Texas College ADN to BSN

Alvin College

Weatherford College

Amarillo College