Thank you for considering Boise State University’s RN-BS Online/Distance Completion Track. Please note that we offer coursework during the fall, spring, and summer semesters. RNs must complete a Boise State University application and apply to the School of Nursing. We look forward to helping you with the application and admission process. Graduation day will be here before you know it!
To begin in a Fall Semester: January 1st through July 15th
To begin in a Spring Semester: May 1st through Nov. 25th
To begin in a Summer Semester: Nov. 1st through April 25th
Applications received after the deadline will be reviewed on a space available basis.
Important Notice to non-Idaho residents: If you plan to reside outside of Idaho while participating in this degree program, you must first contact Maura Rasmussen, Student Enrollment Coordinator or Lindsey Wallgren, Student Services Coordinator. Residents in several states will not be eligible for this program due to state authorization requirements.
Information Sheet for RN’s with an Associate of Science (AS) or an Associate of Arts (AA) Core Certified (PDF)
Information Sheet for RN’s with an Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Associate Degree Nursing (ADN), or Diploma Nurse (PDF)
Note, fees are subject to change.
|Per Credit Fee:||$335 per credit
30 credit minimum
|Distance Education Course Fee:||$45 applied to 12 classes (minimum) = $540|
|Credit for Prior Learning Fee:||$180.00 (minimum) 24 or more upper division credits awarded|
|Books:||Approximately $100 per course X 13 classes = $1,300|
|Approximate cost of program:||$12,070|
Sign-up for NURS 306: E-Learning Preparation for RNs.
NURS 306 is a 1-credit elective to help prepare RNs in understanding how to be successful in the online/distance completion option in the School of Nursing at Boise State University. Along with learning about the benefits and style of online learning, classmates are able to collaborate and develop “their own” best tips and strategies for online learning.Here are some of the words of wisdom and lessons learned from our previous, beginning students who have generously shared their class projects for publishing on our website, to help other nurses.