Montana State University Billings’ RN to BSN program has been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education for the next 10 years, the maximum duration possible.
The nationally accredited program offered through the College of Health Professions and Science provides a critical solution to the growing demand for professional bachelor-prepared nurses.
“This 10-year accreditation is a recognition of our commitment to excellence and the exceptional opportunities we provide to our students,” said Rebecca Muller, program director. “We are proud to be a part of our students’ journey as they advance their careers and make a difference in healthcare.”
The program’s primary focus is on meeting the needs of working professionals. It allows registered nurses to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree online while advancing their careers and providing quality healthcare to their communities.
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The RN to BSN completion program operates under a rolling acceptance model, making it accessible year-round, with start dates in the fall, spring, or summer. The flexibility is designed to help aspiring nursing leaders continue their education whenever it best suits their schedule.
The entire coursework is available online and designed to accommodate the needs