Application now open for Spring 2022!
Designed for the working registered nurse who has already earned an associate degree or diploma.
I was hesitant to continue my nursing education after completing the rigorous ADN program, yet I’m glad that I continued while I was still in study mode. My familiarity with MCC staff, the close proximity of the college, and the affordability of the program were paramount in my decision to choose MCC. Getting my BSN was important for me in advancing my knowledge and career in nursing. The field of nursing has a wide range of opportunities and having my BSN makes my career goals more attainable.
• Flexibility – Work around your schedule with minimal clinicals.
• Online and Asychonrus – Study any time of the day.
• 7-Week Classes
• Entire program can be completed in just 3-5 semesters.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Morgan Community College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org).
Request More Info
Reasons to Get Your BSN
Advance your role to better serve your patients.
Promotion and job opportunities!
Many employers offer tuition reimbursement.
“EMCH has received great benefit from the RN to BSN program. We have had four nurses that completed their BSN through this program. Two of the nurses assumed a leadership position and one of the RNs would not have been able assume the leadership position without the BSN. In addition, the program assists nurses to get a greater understanding of nursing and healthcare, which is of great benefit to nurses in any position within the profession. I would highly encourage any nurse to attend this program!”
Linda Roan, MSN, RN
CNO, East Morgan County Hospital
One credit costs just
vs. $470 per credit for other BSN programs.
Save up to
compared to other regional BSN programs.
Total program cost is
and your employer may cover it!
“I had such a great experience at MCC when I got my Associate’s degree, and I felt totally comfortable going back for my Bachelor’s with MCC. It seemed like perfect timing for me, and the fact that the program was right here in my town with a school I am familiar with gave me the comfort and confidence to go back to school.”
MCC BSN Nursing Graduate
*In-state tuition, after applying the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend.
**Based on 2021-2022 costs. Subject to change.
Have questions or ready to get started?
Part-time options and flexible starts are available.
Contact Student Success Advisor Gwen Steffen to develop a personalized academic plan!
Student Success Advisor
- The RN to BSN completion program is designed for the working registered nurse who has already earned an associate degree or diploma. This online program features 8-week courses with flexible starts that can be completed in three to five semesters, depending on general education course completion.
- Eligibility criteria, See the eligibility criteria in the RN to BSN program handbook.
- Online Applications are open
- Fall enrollment: July 1st – August 8th
- Spring enrollment: October 1st – November 8th
- Summer enrollment: March 1st – April 8th
- Criteria for selection (competitive, point-based)
- Cumulative Grade Point Average for RN nursing course work
- Residence in MCC service area for minimum of 6 months
- Graduate of MCC AAS nursing program
- Previously qualified applicant not admitted
- Online Applications are open
Students should review the Colorado Community College System Healthcare Programs Disqualifying Criminal Offenses.
More Information for Students
By the end of the program, the students will achieve the following:
- >80% or higher of the students will complete their program within 150% of the length of the program from the start of the first nursing course.
- >80% of graduates will rate average or above-average 9 months after graduation their preparation to carry out the role of the Baccalaureate Nurse on their graduate/alumni survey.
- > 80% of graduates surveyed will have employment as an RN within nine months of graduation.
Nursing Program Student Learning Outcomes
The five program student learning outcomes are:
Interpret research to employ best practice and use data to monitor the outcomes of care processes. Propose an evaluation process to continuously improve the quality and safety of health care systems and deliver quality care to individuals, and diverse populations.
Formulate a plan that demonstrates an enhanced commitment to professionalism embracing excellence, caring, legal and ethical practice, civility, accountability, and professional development.
Evaluate communication and collaboration with colleagues, interprofessional groups and members of the community to promote health, safety, and well-being across the lifespan and across the continuum of healthcare environment.
Evaluate the contribution of leadership, quality improvement principles, and impact of organizational systems in transforming, managing, and coordinating safe, quality, cost effective, person-centered care.
Critical Thinking/Clinical Reasoning
Integrate a systematic process of critical inquiry with nursing science, natural and behavioral sciences, arts and humanities to make evidence-based practice decisions to improve the care of individuals, families, populations, and communities.