Rider's Distinguishing Features
Rosemary Fliszar, PhD, RN, CNE
Assistant Professor II, Director of the BSN Program
The RN to BSN is specifically designed to advance the professional skills and credentials of licensed RNs.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Rider University #18 out of 189 institutions in the Northeast.
Transfer up to 90 credits! We will work with you to maximize your transferable credits.
For nearly 150 years, Rider University has been serving the academic needs of adult students with innovation and distinction.
Clinicals are completed independently to better accommodate your work and school responsibilities.
The entire 30-credit nursing core is offered completely online.
Remaining classes can be completed online or on campus
- Professionalism and Professional Values
- Organizational and Healthcare Systems Leadership
- Scholarship for Evidence-Based Practice
- Information Management and Application of Patient Care Technology
- Healthcare Policy, Finance, and Regulatory Environments
- Interprofessional Collaboration and Communication for Improving
- Healthcare Outcomes
- Population Health and Clinical Prevention Across the Lifespan
- Cultural Diversity in a Global Society
- Gerontological Nursing Concepts for an Aging Society
- BSN Capstone Evidence-Based
Tuition for RN to BSN Program / Capital Health
Capital Health employees are offered a 30% discount from Rider’s standard part-time tuition rate for the 2013/2014 academic year.
|Cost per Credit Hour
||3 Credit Hour Course
||Fees per Course
||10 Nursing Courses
Scholarships are availble for qualified students. Please call 609-896-5036 for details.
Qualifying students may be eligible for the Capital Health Tuition Reimbursement Benefit Program, which covers certain educational expenses each year. Rider will assist interested students in meeting with University financial aid counselors to explore financing options and tuition deferrment.
Get a FREE transfer credit evaluation before you apply.
Scan copies of your transcripts and send to the Continuing Studies Admissions office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An earned associate degree or diploma in nursing from an accredited institution
Official transcripts from all institutions attended with a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA
Copies of a current/unrestricted RN license
To Learn More
To make an appointment with an advisor for a no-obligation credit evaluation, please contact:
Rider University Admissions
For more information about the RN to BSN program, please contact:
Director, RN to BSN Program/Assistant Professor II
For information on educational benefits from Capital Health, please contact