The College of Nursing and Health Sciences prepares diverse healthcare professionals who are collaborative providers and leaders in the delivery of high quality, accessible, culturally-competent and compassionate care.


Earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing enhances your current knowledge and skill set beyond the clinical aspects of Nursing to give you a foundation in advanced nursing practices and procedures including: evidence based practice, leadership, ethics, special populations, and informatics. The Educational Advancement for Registered Nurses (EARN) program is designed for licensed RNs who have a diploma or associate degree in Nursing and would like to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing.

Our program is online and may be completed in three semesters of full-time study. If you do not live in Alabama, you will be charged an online-student tuition rate that is only $19 more than in-state tuition!

The following assumptions guide teaching and learning in the RN to BSN program:

  • Learning is a shared experience.
  • The RN student brings a unique persona to the learning experiences through life experiences, motivation, competency, culture, values, and beliefs.
  • The RN students’ prior experiences (personal and professional) provide the foundation for learning/relearning.
  • Adults relearn through identification and critical reflection of individual meaning perspectives.
  • Learning activities that stimulate critical reflection of prior assumptions and beliefs and create a conflict in values and thinking can lead to a liberation or emancipation from instinctual, institutional, and environmental influences, thus resulting in perspective transformation.

Admission requirement information:

  1. University admission to Auburn University at Montgomery 
  2. A grade of “C” or greater in English Composition II, core math, and no more than six outstanding pre-requisites. All core courses require a grade of C or higher.
  3. GPA of 2.5 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  4. Completion and submission of a School of Nursing RN to BSN application
  5. Current, unencumbered RN licensure by the Board of Nursing
  6. Current Physical Examination, BLS Certification, immunizations, and 2-step TB skin test
  7. Current health and malpractice insurance
  8. Computer proficiency – The ability to operate a computer and to understand basic computer language, including a functional level of knowledge and skills related to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint; and the ability to navigate the Web, Web CT, Blackboard and Outlook email

Upon completion of NURS 4110 – Transformation to the Professional Nurse Role, credit for 37 hours of NURS courses is awarded.

RN to BSN General Application
RN to BSN Plan of Study
RN to BSN Core Requirements

Admission Application Deadlines:

  • Fall: August 1
  • Spring: December 1
  • Summer May 15

For more information, please contact:

Haley Adams
Advising and Recruiting Manager
School of Nursing
Auburn University at Montgomery

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