Innovative, Interactive, Relevant:

UW-Green Bay has a rich history of offering RN to BSN both on campus and online. This program is designed for associate degree registered nurses looking to advance their career. Faculty employ innovative, media enhanced technologies to engage students. Nursing advisors guide you from pre-admission through graduation.

The curriculum is designed to help students:
  • Discover the latest evidence based nursing practice
  • Understand how health policy impacts your practice
  • Expand knowledge of population health through practicum experiences close to home
  • Enhance understanding of advanced pharmacology and pathophysiology
  • Explore how complementary therapies impact health outcomes
  • Examine cultural and global health issues facing nurses
  • Learn recent advances in informatics & innovative healthcare technologies

Personal Advising

Dedicated RN to BSN advisors work with you to develop an individualized academic plan.

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Transfer Friendly

Transfer a minimum of 60 up to a maximum of 90 credits toward your BSN degree. See our degree requirements here.


Courses offered both online and on campus. You set the pace, finish fast or take one course at a time. Choose the best path for you!

UW-Green Bay : Rose Hall

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Come tour our beautiful UW-Green Bay campus! This photo displays Rose Hall, home to the Nursing & Health Studies department main office (RH 325). Feel free to stop in or give us a call at 920-465-2826 if you have questions!
"I made the right decision when I chose UWGB for my BSN program. I started the program while my family was living overseas. I moved back to the U.S., found another full time job, and was able to raise my two daughters during my BSN program.  The staff and program worked with me to help me achieve my goal- my BSN."
Our faculty & staff love to meet new students and discuss the many opportunities our programs can provide! 

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