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Earn your degree online while you work

Are you a licensed registered nurse looking to earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing? SFA can help you obtain the credits you need with an affordable online program that allows you to continue practicing while you learn. 

If you have already completed an associate’s degree or diploma program, this is the perfect program for you! 

Start your path to career advancement

Whether you want to go forward in your current organization or open the door to new career opportunities, a degree from SFA’s nationally recognized nursing program can help you do just that. Our online R.N to B.S.N. program is very affordable, and you can get your degree in as little as one year. 

Learn on your time and on your terms

Our online program gives you the flexibility to learn on your own schedule. You’ll have opportunities to network and interact with other nursing students while you stay in the field, doing what you love. Most importantly, you don’t have to miss work to attend class! 

Coursework and requirements

You already know what it means to be a great nurse. We’re here to help you transfer that knowledge to a bachelor’s degree without interrupting your career. The R.N. to B.S.N. track includes 31 hours, with courses focused on practical knowledge in areas such as leadership, community, research and the impact of culture on health care delivery.

*See General Bulletin for additional details, deadlines and requirements.

R.N.-B.S.N. program


Richard and Lucille DeWitt School of Nursing

5707 North Street
Administration Building
Suite 102

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 6156, SFA Station
Nacogdoches, Texas 75962

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