Earning a BSN means you’ll have advanced nursing knowledge and expanded professional skills to excel in a global and increasingly complex healthcare system. Nurses with a BSN qualify for more jobs1 and earn higher salaries2 than associate degree nurses.
The mission of the ACE Department of Nursing is to educate and inspire nursing students to become exceptional healthcare providers, educators, and leaders who use forward thinking, evidence-based innovation, and collaboration to transform health outcomes, organizations, and systems within a global society. We have highly qualified and experienced staff and faculty to support our nursing program. An assistant provost of health care professions, department chair, curriculum director, and several faculty members oversee the department.
RN to BSN
30 semester credits
x $260 per credit
$50 Application Fee
$100 Program Conferral Fee
Total Program Cost*
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1Employment of New Nurse Graduates and Employer Preferences for Baccalaureate-Prepared Nurses, American Association of Colleges of Nursing
The RN to BSN program requires students to complete a total of 120 semester credits. The 120-credit requirement for the RN to BSN program includes the following: 90 credits earned at ACE or outside of ACE, and 30 semester credits earned at ACE.
*This is an estimated value of the cost for tuition and fees. Amounts may vary depending on number of transfer credits applied to the selected program hours, the pace and satisfactory completion of the selected program credit hours, the receipt of, or eligibility for, institutional or non-institutional scholarship and/or grant amounts, and adjustments to tuition or fees as described in the Catalog Right to Modify Tuition section.
State of California Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF)
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RN to BSN
RN to BSN
All applicants must submit to the Admissions Office official, sealed college transcripts from each institution attended.
All applicants whose first language is not English must demonstrate competence in the English language as demonstrated in one of three ways:
RN to BSN
Explore the classes you'll take to fulfill this program's 30 semester credit requirement. For more information, a complete list of requirements, and course options, see the College Catalog.