Bachelor of Science in Nursing - RN to B.S.N. Track

​With Dallas College’s online RN-B.S.N. program, you have the opportunity to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing while maintaining your work commitments.

  • Quality instruction: Benefit from instruction by dedicated Dallas College Nursing faculty who specialize in online teaching.
  • Affordable cost: Experience the same high-quality education given to on-campus students, all for a tuition fee of approximately $2,800 for the entire program.
  • Fast-track or part-time: Progress from an associate degree to RN-B.S.N. status within a condensed timeline of 12 months through focused study, or take the part-time track of 24 months to achieve your B.S.N.


Application Process

  1. Step 1: Apply for admission to Dallas College.
  2. Step 2: Submit your application for the RN-B.S.N. program. You must provide proof of conferred degree from an accredited Associate Degree Nursing program and provide proof of an unencumbered Texas RN license number.
  3. Step 3: Complete admission requirements.


Admission Deadlines

The application is open year-round. However, to start in your desired semester, you should have your application submitted by the following dates:

  • Spring semester due by: Nov. 1
  • Summer semester due by: April 1
  • Fall semester due by: June 24

Core Curriculum

Students must be Texas core-complete before beginning the RN-B.S.N. program. During the application period, students who need to sit for the NCLEX are allowable. Admission to the RN-B.S.N. program is conditional upon the successful completion of the core courses and having an unencumbered Texas license.

Degree plan as of Jan. 1, 2023. Check the catalog for the latest version.

How To Get Started

Ready to take the leap? Complete this interest form to see if you meet the criteria.

Fill Out the Interest Form

Or, if you need some help or more information, email our team of Student Success Coaches.

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