Tuition & Fees
RN-to-BSN Online Degree: Invest Now to Enhance Your Career and Future
The RN-to-BSN online program at Loyola University Chicago’s Niehoff School of Nursing expands your job opportunities, advancing your career and increasing your earning potential. Fees can be offset by loans or the financial aid program we offer. Don’t let tuition costs stop you from furthering your education and success. It’s a worthy investment that will bring great returns throughout your nursing career.
Loyola's RN-to-BSN Online Tuition Requirements
Loyola's RN-to-BSN online program is reasonably priced when compared to other nursing schools across the country. We are committed to making professional education affordable to all who desire a successful nursing career.
Tuition is $646 per credit hours for the 2015–2016 academic year. The RN-BSN student must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of required courses. The RN-BSN student may also obtain a maximum of 25 credits by nursing portfolio, and a maximum number of 66 eligible transfer credits. Any additional core requirements or deficit in portfolio credits must be satisfied with additional course work at the current rate of tuition.
Tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year can be found here.
- Technology Fee: varies per credit hour
Designed for nurses with a current RN license, this accelerated program allows students to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in a minimum of three semesters. We have made provisions for scholarships, financial aid, and education loans to make it easier. Students can choose a payment mode and plan that suits their budget. Here is how to qualify for financial aid.
Loyola makes it easy to enroll in our RN-to-BSN online program because we recognize previous education and professional development. Take advantage of up to 25 credits for prior learning through professional development and an accelerated program delivered by highly qualified instructors. We also offer online elective courses for those who need to complete additional credits.