Jacksonville State University Online

Courses in the professional component of the B.S.N. program are delivered through Internet. After completion of general studies requirements, nursing courses may be completed in one calendar [...]

Auburn University - Montgomery Online Hybrid Part-time

Admission for students begins in the summer semester. If you are planning to attend the program part-time, an individualized plan of study will be provided by the school. The program must be [...]

University of Alabama - Birmingham Online

If you have completed all pre-requisites, the RN Mobility courses are all online.

University of Alabama Online Part-time

739 University Blvd
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487

University of Alabama - Huntsville Online

301 Sparkman Dr
Huntsville, AL 35899

Oakwood University

7000 Adventist Blvd NW
Huntsville, AL 35896

South University - Montgomery Online Evening

5355 Vaughn Road
Montgomery, AL 36116

(334) 395-8800

Troy University Online

University Avenue
Troy, AL 36082

Tuskegee University

Kresge Center, 3rd Floor
Tuskegee, AL 36088

(334) 727-8011

University of Mobile Part-time Evening

5735 College Parkway Drive
Mobile, AL 36613

(251) 675-5990

University of North Alabama Online

One Harrison Plaza
Florence, AL 35632

University of South Alabama Online

307 N University Blvd
Mobile, AL 36688

Troy University - Dothan Online

501 University Drive
Dothan, AL 36304

Troy University - Montgomery Online

231 Montgomery Street
Montgomery, AL 36103

(334) 834-1400

Troy University - Phenix City Online

1 University Place
Phenix City, AL 36869-4419

(334) 448-5100

Auburn University

241 South College Street
Auburn University, AL 36849

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A survey report from the Alabama Board of Nursing showed that 75% of the total RNs in this state are working full time while 14% are part-timers. The two chief reasons why RNs do not practice their profession are first, they desire to work on flexible hours while others simply have lost the desire to return to their jobs. 

This same survey showed that three-quarters of these RNs have decided to work a decade or more. More than half of Alabama registered nurses work in hospitals while others are employed in physician’s offices, clinics, centers, and home health. 

The American Association of Colleges of Nursing declared that more than 580,000 nurses will be needed by the year 2018. Many nursing schools throughout the country have responded to this need as they established their own programs to reach out to more students. A decision that RNs can do in order to improve their career is to obtain a degree in BSN. 

Alabama has multiple programs that can help RNs meet this goal. Here are three top schools to consider for RN to BSN program: 

University of South Alabama offers a web-based, fully-online RN to BSN program. A student can log into his interactive courses and then complete his clinical requirements in his home community. This means there is no need to go to Mobile to complete this requirement. This program can be accomplished in a year of full-time study. Students, however, may move forward or lag behind according to their own pace.  

University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa offers a diverse spectrum of nursing courses. These are all offered online while students need to complete their clinical hours near their homes. After the fundamental requirements are completed, the student has the option to finish the program in just three semesters if she studies full-time. Part-time students can also enroll. 

Auburn University of Montgomery offers their RN to BSN program in both traditional and online settings. This can be completed in just three semesters if a student decides to study full-time. Clinical experiences and hours are separately structured and tailor fit to meet different students’ needs. 

At the moment the state of Alabama has 14 RN to BSN programs. Most of these programs are accredited by CCNE and some by NLN. If we are missing any program, please let us know.

RN to BSN Programs by State