Bachelor of Science in Nursing | CUNY School of Professional Studies (2022)

Format: Online

HEGIS Code: 1203.10

Application Deadlines

  • Spring 2023 Priority Deadline: November 7, 2022

The RN to BS in Nursingonline degree program provides registered nurses with the academic credential necessary to retain relevance and positions them to advance in the field. Through the flexibility of online study, students of this program build on prior knowledge gained at the associate's degree level, and explore pressing issues related to today's changing global healthcare environment. The program is designed to assist students in developing intellectual curiosity and a spirit of inquiry essential to professional development.

Dedicated CUNY faculty and expert practitioners draw on the Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice by theAmerican Association of Colleges of Nursingto help students develop and demonstrate competency in:

  • Health assessment
  • Leadership and management
  • Nursing research
  • Care of culturally diverse populations
  • Global health and policy
  • Nursing informatics

Career and Academic Prospects

The RN to BS in Nursing program prepares licensed registered nurses to assume leadership positions in acute care, as well as community-based and long-term care settings. Students gain the expertise needed to meet the challenges of the evolving healthcare system, as well as the knowledge and experience required to move forward into graduate level studies and advanced practice nursing.

Completion Rates

CUNY SPS RN-BS benchmark for program completion rates:

  • 75% of students will complete the RN- BS program within five years.
  • 2014 cohort completion rate is 78%

Job Placement Statistics

Undergraduate program outcome: 80% of RN-BS alumni will report employment as a RN within six months.

  • 2018 – 90%
  • 2017 – 92%
  • 2016 – 95%
  • 2015 – 95%


Bachelor of Science in Nursing | CUNY School of Professional Studies (1)The RN to BSin Nursing at CUNY School of Professional Studies (CUNY SPS) is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education(

This program is registered with the New York State Education Department.

Nursing Dual/Joint with Queensborough Community College

Qualified students enrolled in the Queensborough Community College AAS in Nursing degree program have the opportunity to seamlessly transition to the BS in Nursing degree program at CUNY SPS.Students interested in this program can learn more here.

Articulation Agreements

Articulation agreements are formal agreements between CUNY SPSand two-year colleges and universities, allowing students to transfer the maximum number of credits with ease to our RN to BS in Nursing program from institutions with which we have an established transfer process in place.

  • Borough of Manhattan Community College -AASin Nursing (PDF)
  • Bronx Community College -AASin Nursing (PDF)
  • Hostos Community College -AASin Nursing (PDF)
  • Kingsborough Community College - AASin Nursing (PDF)
  • Queensborough Community College - AASin Nursing (PDF)

Prior Learning Assessment

Credit for non-collegiate learning is a credit recommendation for college-level learning acquired outside of a college or university.

View Pre-approved Nursing Certifications

TheAmerican Council on Education(ACE) and theNational College Credit Recommendation Service(NCCR) have evaluated college-level training programs, credentials, and licenses from the military, government, and the public sector that may be eligible for college credit at the CUNY School of Professional Studies.

CUNY SPS also awards credit for currently reviewed licenses and certifications in the fields of Health Information Management, IT, Project Management, Real Estate, Business, and Emergency Medical Technician.

For more information about credit for non-collegiate prior learning please contact

Prospective students and applicants mayschedulea meetingwith an academic advisor to obtain an unofficial credit evaluation for an undergraduate degree program.

Nurses for Our Future Scholarship

Since the start of the COVID-19 Pandemic, hospitals have been facing a labor shortage and amassive influx of patients. The Nurses for Our Future Scholarship program is an important step designed to recruit and retain nursing and health care professionalsto serve in NYSRNs which are most in need.

  • Up to 500 scholarships will be awarded for out-of-state licensed nurses who relocate and practice in New York State to earn a BSN.
  • Up to 250 scholarships will be awarded for New York State licensed nurses to earn a BSN.

Scholarships cover the actual tuition charged by the public college or university for four full-time semesters. Awards will be pro-rated for recipients attending less than full-time. Scholarships will not cover other costs of attendance, including fees, room-and-board, or other expenses.

Meet our Faculty

Estimated number of adjunct faculty teaching in the program:50

Margaret Reilly
Professor, DNS, Nursing Science
CUNY Graduate Center
Academic Director – Undergraduate & Graduate

Patricia Bartley-Daniele
Associate Professor, PhD, Nursing Education
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Coordinator MS in Nursing Education
Undergraduate & Graduate

Kenya Harris
Professor, EdD, Educational Administration, Leadership, and Technology
St. John’s University Nursing

Jan Kaminsky
Assistant Professor, PhD
Johns Hopkins University

Anne Marie Leveille-Tulce
Assistant Professor, PhD, Nursing
CUNY Graduate Center
Undergraduate & Graduate

Kathleen Marsala-Cervasio
Associate Professor, EdD, Educational Leadership
Northcentral University

Lilly Mathew
Associate Professor, PhD, Nursing
University of Arizona
Coordinator MS in Nursing Informatics
Undergraduate & Graduate

Linda Paradiso
Assistant Professor, DNP,Nurse Executive
Old Dominion University

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Upcoming Events for Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Online Information Session: BS and BS-MS in Nursing Degrees

September 07, 2022

Online Information Session: Bachelor's Degree Programs

September 20, 2022

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Academic Director, Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing | CUNY School of Professional Studies (2)

Margaret Reilly

Academic Director, Nursing

(Video) Online RN to BS and RN to BS-MS in Nursing Degrees | CUNY SPS Online Information Session 9-2022

Full Curriculum

NYSIM Center
Monday – Saturday
7:30 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
(Nursing Students may only attend the site when scheduled by the SPS Nursing Program)

Newman Library
(currently closed due to the COVID pandemic)

Help Desk Hours

Monday – Friday:
8:00 a.m. – 9:00 p.m.
(Excludes school holidays)

Saturday – Sunday:
1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
(Excludes school holidays)

Phone: (646) 664-8592
Email: Help Desk


*CUNY SPS Lab is currently closed due to COVID-19 and University directives.

Admissions Criteria

To qualify for admission to the RN to BS in Nursing program, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Associate's degree in nursing from the City University of New York or from a non-CUNY regional or nationally accredited credit-granting institution with an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
  • Current licensure in New York State as a Registered Professional Nurse, or eligibility to sit for the National Council Licensure Examination - RN (NCLEX-RN) - in New York State. Students who do not currently hold an RN license may apply to the program in the last semester of their pre-licensure program in anticipation of licensure. Unlicensed students who meet the eligibility criteria will be admitted on a case by case basis and will be required to obtain their RN license before beginning their second term in the program.
  • Nurses who hold a nursing diploma from a non-credit granting institution may also apply. Diploma applicants will be awarded 36 credits for their nursing education, if they have passed the NCLEX-RN and have an NYS RN license to practice, and will be required to complete nursing program and general education coursework to be awarded the BS in Nursing degree.
  • All University policies regarding skills and proficiency testing, grading, transfer credit, and degree completion will apply.

The online application requires students to complete a personal essay that will help us understand your educational goals and readiness to return to college.

Residency Requirement*
In order to enroll in the RN to BS in Nursing program, students must provide documentation of one of the following categories:

  • U.S. Citizenship
  • Permanent Residency
  • Granted asylum, refugee status, temporary protected status, withholding of removal, deferred enforced departure, deferred action status by the U.S. Government, deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or permanently residing in the United States under color of law (PRUCOL)

*International students may enroll in fully online degree programs. However, our online programs do not qualify for student visas.

Students may view the Undergraduate Nursing Student Policies Handbook (PDF).

See afull list of the online nursing programsoffered at CUNY SPS.

Application Deadlines

  • Spring 2023 Priority Deadline: November 7, 2022

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Elena Davarashvili

RN to BS in Nursing

"I feel that I have the ability to inspire and motivate people to become Nurses based on my own personal example."

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Baly Cooley

RN to BS Nursing

"I learned that rather than being a liability, my age was a blessing, as my work ethic, professionalism, and ability to self-manage were vital to my success at going to school and working simultaneously."

Nicholas Choi

RN to BS in Nursing

"Taking classes at CUNY SPS truly tests your time management skills. The faculty truly want you to succeed and provide you with various resources to aid in that."

Alex Perez

RN to BS in Nursing 2017

"After completing my degree with CUNY SPS, I have taken on further responsibilities at my job. I started leading nursing patient education sessions [and] I am also serving as a preceptor for students in RN programs...”

An Integrative Review of the Attitudes of Acute Care Nurses towards Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities

May 23, 2022

International Journal of Nursing and Health Care Science

Dr. Kathleen Marsala-Cervasio, an associate professor in the CUNY SPS nursing programs, has published the article "An Integrative Review of the Attitudes of Acute Care Nurses Towards Adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities" in the International Journal of Nursing and Health Care Science. Dr. Marsala-Cervasio co-authored the piece with Marie Lourdes Charles, assistant professor at Pace University's Lienhard School of Nursing.

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CUNY SPS Nurse Graduates Honored In Moving In-Person Ceremony

May 16, 2022

The 2022 Nursing Convocation and Pinning Ceremony, one of the first CUNY SPS events to be heldin person since 2020, recognized 238 nursing graduates.

Towards an Antiracism Framework for Human NonHuman Environment Wellbecoming

March 21, 2022

2022 Virtual Nursing Theory Conference

Dr. Anne Marie Leveille-Tulce, assistant professor of nursing at CUNY SPS, presented her scholarly work at the 2022 Virtual Nursing Theory conference held March 17 – 21, 2022. Her presentation, "Towards an Antiracism Framework for Human NonHuman Environment Wellbecoming," was based on the theories from Rogers’ Science of Unitary Human Beings (SUHB). The foundational concepts serve as nursing tools to address important social justice mandates, advocate and act for equity, and uproot systems of oppression and racism.

Top 25 Online RN to BSN Degrees for 2021

September 23, 2021

The RN to BS in Nursing online degree program at CUNY SPS has been ranked #2 on the list of Top 25 Online RN to BSN Degrees for 2021 by the website

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Is bachelor of science in nursing degree hard? ›

You're headed for a great career, one that's rewarding, challenging, and always exciting. But nursing school is notoriously difficult. Most nursing programs require high GPAs and impressive scores in math, chemistry, biology, psychology, and other demanding subjects. It's also extremely fulfilling.

Why is it important for you to complete your baccalaureate degree in nursing? ›

A BSN in nursing is important because it can result in improved patient outcomes, give you higher job security and increased career options, and because you could also have a higher earning potential than if you earned an associate degree in nursing.

Is CUNY SPS a good school? ›

About the CUNY School of Professional Studies

Consistently ranked highly by U.S. News & World Report for its online offerings, and noted for its soaring growth and enrollment, CUNY SPS has emerged as a nationwide leader in online education.

What is the highest study in nursing? ›

The highest level of nursing education is the doctoral level. Positions that require doctoral nursing degrees include certain types of advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs), as well as leadership positions such as chief nursing officer or director of nursing.

How do you pass a nursing school exam? ›

10 Study Tips That Will Make Nursing School Easier
  1. Follow the nursing exam study guide. ...
  2. Study a little every day. ...
  3. Focus on the material covered in class. ...
  4. Think in terms of action, not facts. ...
  5. Form a study group. ...
  6. Skim-read first. ...
  7. Use outside sources. ...
  8. Know your learning style.

What is the hardest semester of nursing school? ›

Health Assessment: the hardest semester of nursing school

Health assessment will likely be one of the initial courses you'll take in nursing school, and it involves delving into the various body systems and learning how to assess patients from head to toe.

Is having a BSN better than an RN? ›

A registered nurse is able to practice within their field with only an associates degree, but a BSN is the preferred level of education for many nurse specialties throughout the medical career landscape.

Should all nurses have a BSN? ›

Nurses can earn an RN license through a diploma, but further education is strongly recommended. An ADN, BSN, MSN or even a Ph. D. in Nursing are available in the state, so you can train to become a better nurse.

How does a baccalaureate degree in nursing prepare you to advance your career? ›

BSN programs prepare learners for careers as registered nurses in hospitals and long-term care by focusing on critical thinking, leadership skills, and professional development. These are the essential assets needed for learners to develop the ability to make informed decisions about safe patient care.

What is the easiest nursing job? ›

Low-Stress Nursing Careers
  • 1 1. Nurse Educator.
  • 2 2. School Nurse/Summer Camp Nurse.
  • 3 3. Nurse Administrator.
  • 4 4. Public Health Nurse.
  • 5 5. Nurse Researcher.
  • 6 6. Nurse Informaticist.
  • 7 7. Case Management Nurse.
  • 8 8. Home Health Nurse.
30 Sept 2020

Can I study nursing with grade C? ›

If you scored a C-, you can take a certificate at any of the accredited nursing colleges in Kenya then use it to apply for a Diploma. Note that in all cases, you must meet the various subject combinations in English/Kiswahili, Biology/Biological Sciences, Chemistry/ Mathematics, Physics/Physical sciences.

Is CUNY SPS hard to get into? ›

All online programs at CUNY School of Professional Studies have in-state tuition, regardless of where a student lives. The acceptance rate for the program was 84% for the 2020-2021 year. Two letters of recommendation are required.

Is CUNY School of Professional Studies accredited? ›

The CUNY School of Professional Studies is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Accreditation indicates that the school provides students with excellence in education and is committed to addressing any areas that are identified as needing improvement by the accrediting agency.

What Does School of Professional Studies mean? ›

What is Professional Studies? The Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies is a degree-completion program designed for working professionals. This degree program is available in many concentrations and allows individuals to transfer completed college credits to finish their bachelor's degrees.

Is nursing school hard to pass? ›

Nursing school is notoriously difficult—and it's not for everyone. Graduate school is challenging as well.

Is it hard to pass the nursing exam? ›

NCLEX Pass Rates

The second-attempt pass rate for domestically-educated students taking the test was 45.56%. These results demonstrate that it is a pretty difficult test. The questions are designed to test your critical thinking, knowledge of the nursing process, and assessment skills.

How many hours a day should you study while in nursing school? ›

Everyone is different, but in general, it is recommended that nursing school students study anywhere from 2-4 hours a day. Committing class material to memory is essential to becoming a registered nurse, so the more time studying, the better!

What is the easiest class in nursing school? ›

The Easiest Classes in Nursing School
  • Social Sciences (Intro Psychology, Sociology, etc.)
  • Humanities.
  • Intro to Speech (or Communication)
  • English Composition.
  • History.
  • Using Information Technology.

Is nursing school mostly memorization? ›

You cannot memorize everything.

Nursing school is loaded with concepts that need to be understood and applied to questions. Memorization will only get you so far in school. If you really want to excel in your classes, it is important that you fully understand the material.

What is the most hardest subject in nursing? ›

Pharmacology. Pharmacology, or the study of medication, can seem scary because of the sheer scope of the course. "It becomes one of the hardest classes for nursing students due to the depth and amount of knowledge needed," says Megan Lynch, instructor at Pima Community College.

What percentage of nurses have a BSN? ›

As of 2018, the percentage of nurses that have graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing (BSN) or higher is about 57% (Campaign for Action, 2020).

How many year does it take to become a nurse? ›

Depending on the specific nursing program that you enroll in, it could take anywhere from 16 months to four years to become a registered nurse. “I chose to earn my BSN, which takes four years,” says ChiChi Akanegbu, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Regis College as a part of the Class of 2020.

What comes after BSN in nursing? ›

A four-year bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree also results in an RN designation. Once you have your BSN, you can then opt to pursue more education with a master of science in nursing (MSN) or doctor of nursing practice (DNP) degree to choose from a full array of high-paying, high-demand nursing jobs.

Why do hospitals prefer BSN nurses? ›

Many hospitals favor hiring nurses with a BSN because they can reach the IOM's recommendation without losing ADNs who are close to retirement age. If hospitals do hire nurses with an associate degree, they may require them to complete a BSN program within two to five years.

What is difference between RN and BSN? ›

BSN, ADN, RN: The Difference in The Letters

BSN means bachelor of science in nursing, ADN means associate degree in nursing, and RN means registered nurse. BSN is a diploma from a 4-year program: A person with a BSN has graduated from a four-year nursing program at a college, university, or nursing school.

What is the difference between nursing and nursing science? ›

A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree can be earned at a university, whereas a Registered Nurse (RN) degree can be earned at a school of nursing, college of nursing, or other institution of nursing that is managed by hospitals.

Why did nursing change from diploma to degree? ›

The shortage of nurses, the interest in moving nursing education to colleges and universities, and the desire to find more efficient ways to educate nurses were common concerns of nursing educators and administrators. In January 1952, a project was initiated that introduced two-year associate degree nursing programs.

How can I further my nursing degree? ›

4 Ways to advance your nursing career
  1. Find a nurse mentor. Day-to-day, nurses experience tricky situations that the average 9-5 worker just doesn't understand. ...
  2. Earn a specialization certification. ...
  3. Join a professional nursing organization. ...
  4. Further your nursing education.
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What is a Bachelor prepared nurse? ›

Education Requirements

An associate's program is generally 21 months in length and offered through an institution such as a community college. A bachelor's level nursing program is commonly four years spent at a college or university.

What type of nurse is like a doctor? ›

Nurse practitioners also prescribe medicine, but in some states they must be directly overseen by a doctor or physician in order to do so. Generally speaking, the responsibility of doctors will typically include: Diagnosing and treating injuries and illnesses.

What subjects do you need to become a nurse? ›

What Matric Subjects Do You Need to Study Nursing?
  • Mathematics.
  • English.
  • Life Science.
  • Life Orientation.
  • Any other African Language.
22 Apr 2021

How much do nurses make? ›

Nursing Career2019 Mean Salary
Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurse (LPN/LVN)$48,500
Registered Nurse (RN)$77,460
Nurse Practitioners (NP)$111,840
Nurse Midwife (CNM)$108,810
3 more rows

How do I survive my first year of nursing? ›

Surviving Your First Year as a Student Nurse
  1. Organize Yourself. Start as you mean to go on. ...
  2. Pace Yourself. ...
  3. Don't Make Yourself an Island. ...
  4. Manage Your Time Effectively. ...
  5. Get a Mentor. ...
  6. Be Adaptable and Understanding. ...
  7. Be Prepared To Change Your Plans. ...
  8. Admit When You're at the Limits of Your Understanding.
2 Aug 2016

How stressful is nursing? ›

Nursing is an incredibly stressful career. From the moment nursing students start their education program when they retire, they face difficult situations and stressors on a daily basis. In fact, stress and burnout affect 10-70% of nurses.

What type of nursing is low stress? ›

Institutional Nurses

These nurses administer more basic care and typically don't have to work long hours and overnight shifts, so this field of nursing tends to be low-stress.

Can I study nursing without maths? ›

In simplest terms, we can say that in most of the cases (almost all cases), math is an important subject to have for nursing. This country is also known for providing industry-specific nursing courses. However, some universities can allow you to enter the course even without math.

How many semesters are there in nursing? ›


program constitutes the first two years of the nursing course. Students are then exposed to the professional courses and clinical training (related learning experiences) for four semesters and two summers.

How many points do I need to qualify for nursing? ›

To be considered for this qualification, candidates must have an Admission Point Score (APS) of at least 27 (excluding Life Orientation). b. Assessment Procedure: For 2021: To be considered for this qualification, applicants must have an Admission Point Score (APS) of at least 27.

How difficult is being a nurse? ›

“Nursing is not an easy profession—it requires both physical and mental stamina to make it through those 14-hour shifts.” If you love the work you are doing and believe in the impact it makes on every patient's life, you might find yourself thriving even in a whirlwind of activity.

Is a nursing degree worth it? ›

High demand and good job outlook

You do not have to worry about not finding a job as a nurse. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the position of a registered nurse has a promising job outlook with a projected growth of 9% from 2020 to 2030.

Is nursing hard in Philippines? ›

Nurses that are entry level can earn a minimum of 12-14k every month while more experienced nurses can earn a minimum of 16-30k every month. Advice to people who are thinking of studying this course: Nursing is a very difficult course.

What is a nursing degree like? ›

Nursing degrees equip you with the skills, ethics and scientific knowledge needed to care for people when they're at their most vulnerable. The course is much more placement-focused than many other degrees, so you'll need a practical and positive attitude, as well as a compassionate bedside manner.

How many year does it take to become a nurse? ›

Depending on the specific nursing program that you enroll in, it could take anywhere from 16 months to four years to become a registered nurse. “I chose to earn my BSN, which takes four years,” says ChiChi Akanegbu, who completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Regis College as a part of the Class of 2020.

What is the most difficult part of being a nurse? ›

7 hardest parts of nursing
  • Losing patients. ...
  • Being judged for their career choice. ...
  • Working long hours. ...
  • Experiencing physical/verbal abuse. ...
  • Navigating hospital politics. ...
  • Using outdated or time-consuming technology. ...
  • Feeling pressure to know everything.
31 May 2019

Is a 2 year nursing degree worth it? ›

You can earn an associate degree and become a licensed RN in about 2 years. You can gain essential work experience in the field sooner than others. You can also start building connections in nursing, and with patients, sooner. You can save money by earning an associate, rather than a four-year degree.

How many hours a week nurses work? ›

Typically, nurses either work eight, 10 or 12-hour shifts. A nurse's shifts can vary depending on factors such as location, demand and personal preference. Full-time nurses work between 36 and 40 hours a week, while part-time nurses usually work less than 30 hours a week.

What can I study after nursing degree? ›

Graduate nurses can take Masters degrees in subjects such as advanced clinical practice and medical decision-making, as well as various other specialist subjects. You can also train to become an advanced nurse practitioner.

How many exams are there in the nursing board exam? ›

The Nurses Licensure Examination (NLE) consists of five subjects: Nursing Practice I – Community Health Nursing. Nursing Practice II – Care of Healthy/At Risk Mother and Child. Nursing Practice III – Care of Clients with Physiologic and Psychosocial Alterations (Part A)

How many times can you take the nursing board exam in Philippines? ›

Though the vast majority of candidates pass the exam the first time, those who fail are permitted to retake it after 45 days from their original test date. Candidates may retest as many as 8 times in a year.

Does nursing have board exam? ›

Students studying nursing still have to take the board exam after graduation to become fully pledged nurses. The Professional Regulation Commission along with the Professional Regulatory Board for Nursing conducts the Nursing Licensure Exam (NLE) twice a year.

Can I study nursing without maths? ›

In simplest terms, we can say that in most of the cases (almost all cases), math is an important subject to have for nursing. This country is also known for providing industry-specific nursing courses. However, some universities can allow you to enter the course even without math.

What do first year student nurses do? ›

Experience a variety of skills for example: move and tilt a bed, use a slide sheet, roll a patient in bed, assist a patient out of bed, use a stand aid and a hoist. Practise with fellow students taking each other's temperature, pulse, respiration and blood pressure, using a variety of equipment.

Can I study nursing with grade C? ›

If you scored a C-, you can take a certificate at any of the accredited nursing colleges in Kenya then use it to apply for a Diploma. Note that in all cases, you must meet the various subject combinations in English/Kiswahili, Biology/Biological Sciences, Chemistry/ Mathematics, Physics/Physical sciences.


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