Top RN to BSN Programs in North Dakota

School Accreditation Program Admissions
University of West Florida CCNE Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Campbellsville University ACEN Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Sacred Heart University CCNE Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Benedictine University CCNE Accredited RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) Website
Illinois College CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
Alvernia University CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
Concordia University - Saint Paul CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
King University Accredited BS in Nursing (RN-to-BSN) Website
Notre Dame College CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website

North Dakota BSN in Nursing School Highlights

Number of Accredited RN to BSN Programs in North Dakota Schools with RN-BSN Programs
There are 6 nursing schools in North Dakota with CCNE or ACEN accredited RN to BSN / BSN programs.
Average Enrollment of All Colleges in North Dakota Average Enrollment
North Dakota universities' average enrollment is 5,568 students (national average is around 8,000).
SWES North Dakota City Availability
There are 2 different cities in North Dakota with nursing schools offering CCNE or ACEN-accredited Bachelor's in Nursing degrees.
School Accreditation Program Admissions
University of West Florida CCNE Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Campbellsville University ACEN Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Sacred Heart University CCNE Accredited Online RN to BSN Website
Benedictine University CCNE Accredited RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) Website
Illinois College CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
Alvernia University CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
Concordia University - Saint Paul CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website
King University Accredited BS in Nursing (RN-to-BSN) Website
Notre Dame College CCNE Accredited RN to BSN Website

North Dakota Nursing Licensure Reciprocity

The Nurse Licensure Compact (NLC) allows nurses to have one license for nursing that gives them the ability to practice in the state where they current live as well as other states that are part of the compact agreement. Currently there are over 30 states that are a part of the NLC agreement.

As of Spring 2020: North Dakota IS part of the NLC agreement. This means that the RN licensure in North Dakota can transfer to the other states that are a part of the NLC agreement (reciprocity).

North Dakota NLC Licensure Reciprocity for RNs with a BSN

Source: National Council of State Boards of Nursing

List of BSN Programs

All Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs

Dickinson State University
  • RN to BSN
Minot State University
  • RN to BSN
North Dakota State University
  • RN to BSN - School of Nursing
University of Jamestown
  • RN to BSN
University of Mary
Bismarck
  • RN to BSN - Division of Nursing
University of North Dakota
Grand Forks
  • RN to BSN - College of Nursing and Professional Disciplines