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Tuition and Fees
The nursing profession is experiencing significant growth and change, creating the need for better educated nurses who are prepared to meet diverse patient needs and an evolving, quality-driven healthcare system.
Making the decision to pursue a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is a significant investment in yourself, and shows true commitment toward advancing the healthcare system as a whole. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program will help you to gain a solid theoretical knowledge base, a strong foundation in clinical skills, and the leadership skills to advance nursing, ultimately allowing you to be a more valuable contributing member of society and to advance to graduate-level education.
Below you will find the tuition and fees associated with Kent State University's RN to BSN online program. Financial Aid is available for qualified candidates
- Application Fee: $100 (non-refundable)
- 2012-2013 Tuition: $440 per credit hour for in-state students; $450 per credit hour for out of state students
Program costs* are calculated by credit hour. Cost of books is not included in the course tuition. Total tuition and length of time in the BSN program will vary from person to person, depending on their applicable prior education. All students receive a custom degree plan before they register for classes to ensure they benefit from as many transfer credits as possible and that they have full visibility into which courses they will need to take, how long it should take them to complete the program, and an accurate estimate of their total tuition. Contact an Enrollment Advisor to determine what the total cost of the program will be for you.
* Listed prices reflect the current academic year and are subject to change without notice. Tuition is re-evaluated on an annual basis.
"I cannot say enough positive comments about my experience with this program. The convenience and flexibility of this program has allowed me to pursue my goal of completing a BSN on top of maintaining my responsibilities to work and home life. The information presented in the courses is relevant. I feel the BSN program has helped me to transfer information learned in the classroom and adapt it to my everyday experiences when dealing with patients and families at my job. Overall, I would sum up my experience in the program as - Excellent!"
Jodi Travis, RN