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Adult Programs

R.N. to B.S.N.

Registered Nurse → B.S. in Nursing

Whether you are an experienced RN with years of nursing practice or a new graduate of an associate degree program, hospitals are now requiring that you complete your BSN in 3-5 years. With the Institute of Medicine calling for 80% of the nursing workforce to hold at least a bachelor’s degree, nursing education has become a national priority. This means you need an R.N. to B.S.N. program like ours.

If you already have an associate’s degree, this is the program for you. The program is designed for registered nurses with an associate’s degree from an accredited college or university. At Goshen College, you can complete a bachelor of science in nursing degree as you continue to work full time. To enroll you must have an active nursing license. Clinical hours are mostly completed in your place of employment.

Already have an associates degree? See our online option for R.N. to B.S.N.

We also offer the following graduate nursing programs:

Learn more about R.N. to B.S.N. program cost, schedules, and outcomes below. ↓


Fully accredited by Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). This program is a cohort model, which means students move through coursework as a group. Students take one or two classes at a time in an online format.

$18,800 for the 40-credit hour program ($470/credit hour). One time fee of $260 is associated with the course, N 332 Holistic Client Assessment, for software usage. Inquire about our various partnerships and associated discounts. Contact us about financial aid.

12 months full time (2 courses at a time) or 20 months part time (1 course at a time)  40 credits. Total of 120 credits needed for graduation.

We accept all credits from regionally accredited schools with a grade of “C” or above. All other credits will be reviewed on an individual basis.

For detailed program information see the Course Descriptions or the Goshen College Catalog

Nursing Faculty

Jewel Yoder

Associate Professor of Nursing
Department Chair; Director of Baccalaureate Nursing Programs

Cheryl Caffee

Associate Professor of Nursing

Susan Setiawan

Associate Professor of Nursing

Beth Miller

Associate Professor of Nursing