RN to BSN Deadlines and Requirements

Please note: the following admission requirements are for graduates of an accredited Associate Degree in Nursing or Nursing Diploma program.  Please contact the Office of Graduate and Professional programs if you are interested in the RN-to-BSN program, but are not a graduate of an accredited Associate Degree in Nuring or Nursing Diploma program.

  1. Completed Admission Application 

    Candidates are encouraged to complete the application  online.

  2. Official Transcripts

    Candidates must submit the official transcripts from all regionally accredited academic institutions attended and, if applicable, an official copy of standardized test scores and/or military credit (DD-214). American Council on Education approved materials (or equivalent, which will be verified by the appropriate agency) will be reviewed for transfer credit as appropriate.

  3. Current Résumé

    Candidates must submit a one-page (minimum) résumé summarizing all professional work experience and previous education.

  4. Nursing License

    Candidates must provide proof of current Massachusetts RN License from  www.mass.gov/dph/boards/rn or eligibility to apply for reciprocity based on other U.S. State licensure. To help facilitate furthering your education,  as a result of a possible delay in taking your NCLEX-RN exam, we will conditionally accept students in the RN-BSN program without the RN License.

  5. International student applicants only:

    Download Requirements Form PDF

Emmanuel requires supplemental materials for all international students including U.S. students living abroad.

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