Through online learning and clinical experiences, you can earn your advanced degree from the University of North Dakota without placing your career on hold.
The full or part-time online RN to BSN program is designed for working professionals who are unable to attend traditional, on-campus classes.
Your transcript and diploma will look the same as for a student who graduated from UND by taking traditional, on-campus courses.
Combine theory and actual practice through clinical experiences in a public health setting.
Complete clinical hours in a community near you (some exceptions may apply).
Clinicals may be completed in your local community, depending on the specific board of nursing regulations in your state. Contact the UND College of Nursing & Professional Disciplines for guidance on this issue.
As an online student, you have the opportunity to:
set your own schedule by reviewing recorded classroom lectures and discussions that are accessed through the Internet at any time.
interact with your instructors and other students using Web-conferencing technology.
see your instructors' materials as though you were sitting in a classroom on the UND campus.
The Public Health Nursing Clinical course requires daytime clinical hours conducted in a community near you (some exceptions may apply).