Finish Faster and Advance Your Nursing Career
Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing on your way to completing your master’s degree, saving time and money as you meet your goals. The online RN to MSN program from the University of West Florida is designed for registered nurses who are ready to continue their education and broaden their scope of practice. In completing the BSN program, you will have earned 12 credit hours at the undergraduate rate which will be applied toward your Master of Science in Nursing. Our program builds on your previous nursing training and experience for continued success.
The MSN portion of the program includes Nursing Education and Nurse Executive track options that allow you to specialize your studies for the career you want, and the flexible online curriculum combines professional skill development with clinical practice opportunities in your community. UWF’s RN to MSN is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, so you can be confident you’re gaining valuable skills for the next phase of your nursing career.
Delivering the highest-quality patient care begins with the right education. Get started at UWF today.
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First Spring Start
Start Date: January 19, 2021
Second Spring Start
Start Date: March 15, 2021
First Summer Start
Start Date: May 10, 2021
Second Summer Start
Start Date: June 21, 2021
Why Should You Pursue Our RN to MSN?
Earn your BSN and MSN in less than four years as you learn online and meet your goals.
This program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Top Ranked Program
UWF’s nursing programs are ranked among the best in the state by RegisteredNursing.org.
RN to MSN Careers
Nurse administrators are responsible for hiring nursing staff and ensuring that nurses are providing the best quality care.
Median annual salary: $84,328
Nurse Case Manager
Generally employed at a hospital or nursing home, a nurse case manager collaborates with patients and their providers to decide on the type of required care.
Median annual salary: $70,153
Typically collaborating with hospital administrators, nurse educators manage the continuing education for an organization’s nursing staff.
Median annual salary: $73,619
A clinical educator is a licensed healthcare professional who teaches others in a specific field, such as nursing.
Median annual salary: $74,394
* Salary information from Payscale.com.