BSN for RN Completion Program

Unleash Your Full Potential: Upgrade Your Nursing Career with a BSN

Investing in a Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Oak Point’s BSN for RN Completion Program can unlock numerous benefits for registered nurses, from enhanced career opportunities to higher earning potential. By obtaining a BSN, you’ll be better equipped to face the challenges of modern healthcare, provide exceptional patient care, and contribute to the advancement of the nursing profession. Don’t wait any longer—take the leap and unleash your full potential with a BSN today!

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We understand the demands of working nurses and adult learners just like you.

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7 Courses // 21 Credits

Led by full-time faculty and expert adjuncts and can be completed in as few as 12 months.

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Capstone Project

Relevant to scope of practice, projects integrate knowledge and skills acquired, emphasizing urban health and vulnerable populations.

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Easy Transfer to MSN

As a current student, we make furthering your education easy with conditional admittance to our MSN program.

It's Time to Elevate Your Career

Earning your BSN through the BSN for RN Completion Program at Oak Point, you’ll have the skills to impact patient care and become a healthcare leader ready to shape the future. As part of the Oak Point family, you’ll be connected to a vast and growing professional network.

The nursing profession evolves constantly, and the need for highly skilled, well-rounded nurses has never been greater. Upgrading your career by earning a BSN will unleash your full potential to tackle the challenges of modern healthcare and elevate your nursing career. Getting your BSN will help you:

Gain a Competitive Edge in the Job Market

In an increasingly competitive healthcare environment, a BSN can set you apart from other RNs. Employers continually seek BSN-prepared nurses to fill various roles, recognizing their enhanced skill set and knowledge.1 By upgrading your education, you’ll become a more attractive candidate, increasing your chances of landing the job you’ve always wanted.

Unlock New Career Pathways

A BSN opens doors to various career opportunities beyond the traditional bedside nursing role. With a BSN, you can pursue nursing leadership, management, research, public health, and education positions. This allows you to explore your passions and make a significant impact on various aspects of healthcare.

Boost Your Earning Potential

Investing in a BSN can lead to higher salaries and greater financial rewards. On average, BSN-prepared nurses can earn $10,000 to $15,000 more annually than those with an associate degree in nursing .2 This difference can add up throughout your career, making the investment in your education well worth it.

Empower Yourself for Advanced Practice

If you aspire to take your nursing career to new heights, a BSN is the first step toward advanced practice nursing roles such as nurse practitioner. Most master of science in nursing programs require a BSN as a prerequisite, paving the way for you to reach your full potential.

Enhance Your Skill Set and Provide High-Quality Care

By obtaining a BSN, you’ll gain advanced skills in critical thinking, evidence-based practice, communication, and leadership, equipping you to provide better patient care. Studies have shown that higher levels of nursing education are directly linked to improved patient outcomes, including reduced hospital readmissions, lower mortality rates, and increased patient satisfaction.3

Be a Part of a Movement Towards Excellence

The nursing profession is moving toward a more educated workforce. Organizations such as the American Nurses Credentialing Center advocate for a higher percentage of BSN-prepared nurses in an institution by creating their Magnet Recognition Program. By pursuing a BSN, you’ll join a community of forward-thinking professionals committed to excellence in patient care and nursing practice.


  1. American Association of College of Nursing. (2022). Employment of New Nurse Graduates and Employer Preferences for Baccalaureate-Prepared Nurses. Retrieved from
  2. Nurse Salary Research Report 2022. (2022). Retrieved from
  3. Ochieze, F., Fant, G., & Lee, M. A. (2021). Relationships Between BSN-Prepared Nurses and Healthcare Outcomes in Hospitalized Patients: A Literature Review. TWU Student Journal1(1), 31–41. Retrieved from

Our Program

Getting Your BSN at Oak Point

The BSN for RN Completion Program at Oak Point will open doors to clinical and managerial career paths that are only limited by your own personal ambitions and professional goals.

Calling All:

  • Active RNs
  • With documented work histories
  • Ready for what’s next in their careers

It’s time you listen to the voice in your head (or the parent or friend in your ear) telling you to enroll in our BSN for RN Completion Program

Program Outcomes

Upon completion of this program of study, graduates will:

  • Formulate nursing care decisions using critical judgment based on nursing knowledge and knowledge from other disciplines to implement evidence-based solutions that improve health and transform healthcare
  • Create a therapeutic relationship with patients where individuals are viewed holistically and respected as partners in their care.
  • Engage in interprofessional care that incorporates nursing perspectives and advocates for diversity, equity, and inclusivity to optimize the care of patients, families, and communities.
  • Design a safe environment of care that enhances quality, improves patient outcomes, and protects patients and healthcare workers.
  • Develop innovative, systems-based solutions to complex problems in healthcare delivery utilizing information and communications technologies based on best evidence.
  • Exhibit a professional nursing identity that embraces the values of the profession and supports personal and professional development to ensure resilience, life-long learning, leadership, and satisfaction in the nursing profession.
Bachelor of science in nursing student Maryam A.


Course Semester Hours
NUR 4710  //  Health Promotion and Disease Prevention 3
NUR 4720  //  Professional Values 3
NUR 4730  //  Information Management Systems 3
NUR 4740  //  Evidence-Based Practice 3
NUR 4750  //  Organizational and Systems Leadership 3
NUR 4760  //  Health Care Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments 3
NUR 4770  //  RN Capstone 3
Total Hours 21

*Please note: All 21 nursing credit hours must be taken at Oak Point University. NUR 4770 RN Capstone must be completed as the program’s final course.

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*12 months is the minimum time it takes to complete the program.

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