Earning your Bachelor of Science in Nursing can propel your career forward and open the door to new positions in healthcare. Finding the time to complete a degree while working can feel scary, but UNC Greensboro’s part-time, online program is designed to support your success.


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The UNCG difference


Our program is asynchronous, which means we don’t have set class times. You complete coursework on your schedule.


This program can be completed in one year (fall, spring, and summer semesters).


We have a local campus, which means that you can contact us or plan a visit for real-life, face-to-face support.


We follow a cohort model, so the peers you meet your first week will be with you throughout your journey to learn from each other and cheer each other on.

Tuition & Costs

UNCG’s affordable RN to BSN degree is not only cost effective, but also efficient. The program can be completed in one year at a fraction of the cost of many other programs.

Approximate Program Cost
In State, Online$8,018
Out of State, Online$26,633
Approximate costs are based on Fall 2022 tuition and fees.

application deadlines

Ready to get started? We accept students into cohorts year-round. Apply by posted deadlines for consideration to begin in the term listed below.

Apply byTo start
July 15Fall (August)
December 1Spring (January)
May 1Summer (June)


This program is for licensed RNs located in North Carolina. When you complete the RN to BSN, you’ll be ready to function independently and collaboratively within the healthcare system to deliver evidence-based nursing care to individuals, families, and groups. In short, you’ll make an even greater impact in your community.

Currently, UNC Greensboro is authorized to offer online education in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. Find out more about State Authorization — a law that regulates in which states colleges and universities can offer education. UNC Greensboro does not guarantee that programs which fulfill North Carolina licensure requirements will satisfy the criteria of professional licensure boards in other states or territories. For further explanation, visit Professional Licensure.

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