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Take the Lead

Our dynamic program improves your opportunities.

Bring the guidance of a faculty member with you whether you’re at the hospital, home or on the go. Our RN to BSN curriculum is designed to reflect how nurses use evidence to advance the care they provide. Learn from the best! BSN@Home professors are engaged and present in online class discussions. Since we have students throughout the country, our curriculum emphasizes learning more across the entire field of nursing. The results? You’ll have a richer experience that broadens your abilities and strengthens patient outcomes.

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See admission requirements and learn how to apply. If you need assistance, our advisors are always here to help.

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7 or 14 Weeks

Need a different way of learning? We offer courses over 7 weeks or over 14 weeks so you can fit classes into your schedule.

Understand Degree Requirements


UW-Green Bay scholarships are available. Check with your employer to see if they offer tuition assistance.

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Engaging Courses

Our nursing program uses innovative, media-enhanced technologies to make your online classes engaging.

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Student-centered Profs

Our professors are focused on your academic and professional success. Our mission is to shape your career in a way that makes sense to you.

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Thoughtful Advising

Our nursing advisors will help you navigate your educational journey. We meet students where they are at to develop a plan to complete your BSN.

Student Handbook

Both current and future students will find the Student Handbook provides important information designed to ensure your success.

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"The UW-Green Bay RN-BSN program allowed me the flexibility to work on my degree at my own pace. The biggest positive for this program is the caliber of professors that the program offers. I still remain in contact with the professors who have offered me guidance on my career & have even had the opportunity to work on research together."

Mark H.
RN to BSN Major

Nicole Micolichek, professional advisor

Want to Know More?

As one of the program advisors for our nursing programs here at UW-Green Bay, Nicole Micolichek can help answer any questions you have, from admissions to careers to practicums.

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