Reach the Next Level
Our competency-based RN-to-BSN degree program recognizes the skills you’ve already learned as a registered nurse or student nurse. We are dedicated to helping you grow and deepen your knowledge to demonstrate competency and clinical judgment at the baccalaureate level. A bachelor’s degree in nursing online will position you for advancement opportunities where you can improve patient outcomes and positively affect the working nurse environment.
You will prepare to move beyond direct care by gaining an understanding of financial considerations, staffing patterns, policy and advocacy through evidence-based practice and research, population-focused care, and training in leadership and management.
Is this Program a Good Fit for You?
Students in the RN-to-BSN program are typically interested in:
See Yourself Succeed with a Degree In Nursing
Deepen your knowledge and skills as you prepare for leadership roles such as nursing manager or clinical nurse specialist.
Nationally Accredited Program
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at A&M-Commerce is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Hands-on Learning Experiences
Broaden your real-world skills through project-based clinical experiences in your community.
Work side-by-side with our highly-trained and knowledgeable faculty.
Tracks to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing
We offer two tracks to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing:
This track prepares those who are not currently a registered nurse, yet want to become a nurse and enter the medical field with a bachelor’s degree.
This fully online track allows you the flexibility you need as a working professional. You can complete the core curriculum and nursing support courses at your local community college before transferring to our BSN program. If you are still working toward your RN license, you can take classes required for our RN-to-BSN program. Our coursework is designed to meet the Texas Board of Nursing Differentiated Competencies for a BSN and expand your knowledge and skills. As part of this program, you will focus on community, leadership and management, research, ethics, genetics, policy, informatics, older adults, and quality and safety. Begin today by filling out the RN-to-BSN application and submitting it along with an unofficial transcript to [email protected].
Explores rural community health nursing, focusing on historical development, philosophy, health care systems, epidemiology, and individuals, families, and specific aggregate groups. Applies theoretical and empirical knowledge in using the nursing process in rural community settings to promote, maintain, and restore health. Focuses on transcultural nursing concepts, rural, and home health care delivery. Diverse roles of the community and public health nurse are examined and a rural community assessment is completed using research and data processing skills. Prerequisites: NURS 3310, NURS 3314.
Study the coordinating role of the professional nurse within health care delivery. Emphasis will be placed on analyzing real work problems, assessing the work environment, and developing a proposed solution based on evidence. Prerequisites: NURS 3310.
Study of health promotion and maintenance for individuals and families within the context of human diversity and the implications for best practices associated with genomic information, including ethics and genetic counseling. Focuses on the genomic determinants of health.
Prepare to be a leader of an interdisciplinary health care team within different health care settings. Emphasis will be on provision of a safe caring environment for healthcare delivery. Prerequisites: NURS 3310.
Focus on policy, legal, ethical and advocacy issues encountered in health care and professional nursing practice, especially current nursing policy and nursing code of ethics. Prerequisites: NURS 3310.
Whether you pursue your BSN on a full-time or part-time basis, your tuition and fees for our competency-based program are covered under a flat rate of $1k per 7-week term.