CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo., July 28, 2015 – Southeast Missouri State University’s online RN to BSN program has been ranked the top program in Missouri and among the nation’s top 30 RN to BSN online degree programs by GreatValueColleges.net.
The website has placed Southeast 23rd nationally on their list of leading programs.
Southeast’s RN to BSN online program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The program is 100 percent online, and only six nursing courses are required in addition to unmet University Studies and support course requirements. Field experiences are available in regions convenient for students.
“A nurse with an advanced degree is a more well-rounded professional capable of meeting the challenges of today’s constantly changing medical industry, gaining more marketability and increasing his or her advancement opportunities,” said Dr. Gloria Green, chair of Southeast Department of Nursing. “Returning to school to obtain a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) can be difficult and sometimes impossible, especially for students who must continue to work full time. Fortunately our RN to BSN Online Program is a viable option for many.”
Great Value Colleges is a website for helping students find the best degree in the top location, and career options and resources after earning that degree. Their mission is to help students get the best possible education for their money through high-quality, researched-based articles and rankings covering a broad number of angles.
Great Value Colleges rankings were developed by consulting a number of well-researched rankings of online RN-BSN degree programs. From among the more than 60 highly regarded programs, the website selected the 30 most affordable according to the average net price of undergraduate tuition, as reported by College Navigator. Additional information was gathered directly from program websites.
In addition to the ranking by Great Value Colleges, Best Value Schools placed Southeast’s RN to BSN 29th out of 30 on their list of top programs in the nation.