RN Mobility (RN-BSN)
Troy University offers excellent online RN Mobility tracks for RN students. These
tracks are designed for online learning to meet the needs of Registered Nurses who
are seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
Convenient & Flexible
The online coursework in the RN Mobility program at TROY allows students who are managing
work and family responsibilities the opportunity to complete educational assignments
at a time that works for their unique schedules. Graduates will have the skills needed
to provide enhanced patient care, critique and apply research to clinical practice,
educate patients about various health conditions and serve as leaders in their field.
Leader in Nursing Education
Troy University’s School of Nursing has more than 50 years of educating nurses and
is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) and
approved by the Alabama Board of Nursing. TROY’s nursing faculty members care about
their students and provide excellent advanced coursework in health assessment, population
health nursing, leadership and management, research and evidence and nursing informatics.
RN Mobility options
- Two and four semester options
- Opportunity to take a master’s level course while finishing the BSN (speak with advisor
for additional information).
- Ability to choose preceptorship location
- Complete degree in 18 weeks
- Must have all general studies completed
- Must have one year in a leadership role as a Registered Nurse
- For questions or interest in the program contact Dr. Kelly Johnson, RN Mobility Assistant
Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ready to begin?
You may enter the RN Mobility program at Troy University with either an Associate
in Nursing Degree or a diploma in nursing from an ACEN-, CCNE- or CNEA-accredited
program. You must have a current unencumbered license as a Registered Nurse in Alabama
or the state where clinical preceptorship will occur. TROY is here to help you navigate
your way into our RN Mobility program.
Applicants residing outside of Alabama
Each state has its own approval processes for out-of-state institutions offering distance
education. While Troy University endeavors to offer all of its programs to everyone,
all Troy University distance education programs may not be available in all states.
Prospective students may contact the RN Mobility Assistant Coordinator regarding questions
about authorizations in specific states.
RN Mobility program admits students each fall and spring semesters
- Deadline for fall admission is Aug 1st
- Deadline for spring admission is Jan 1st
- Earn your BSN degree in less than eight months
- Full-time options (two semesters) or part-time options (four semesters)
- Ability to take general study courses while completing the BSN program (excludes Flexible
- Opportunity to take a graduate level course while finishing BSN program requirements (fall
- Ability to choose your clinical location, and the faculty comes to you in person or