Whatever the stage of your nursing career, Malone University is with you.
Our nursing programs can be completed quickly and without interrupting your current job.
RN to BSN. For many RNs, getting a BSN can seem out of reach. There might be concerns about scheduling conflicts and finding time to attend classes. Malone University has addressed these concerns with a program that keeps you on track. If you have a nursing diploma or associate degree, earn your bachelor’s degree in a fast-paced 14-month program. Choose either the hybrid or fully online version of the program, whichever works best for your schedule. Classes meet just one night a week on campus OR can be completed completely online. All books, class materials and related course fees are included with your tuition.
In celebration of Malone's 125th anniversary and launch of our new online RN to BSN option, we are offering a 50% discount - $250 per credit hour for both
the online and hybrid programs!
Call the Graduate and Professional Studies office today to find out how you can get started!
Phone : 330.471.8500 Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
MSN. Prepares the BSN registered nurse to become either a family nurse practitioner (FNP) or an adult gerontology acute care nurse practitioner (AGACNP). You’ll learn caring for patients beyond diagnosis and treatment. The program can be completed in 24 months. Clinical experiences can generally be arranged at a location convenient to home.
If you're just starting out, we have a traditional undergraduate BSN program.
“Both the nursing degree completion program and the MSN are really a ‘working person’s program. We’ve really liked being able to take one class at a time, and feel like we’ve been prepared really well. When I talk to employers who find out I earned my degrees from Malone, they want to hire me.”
- John Milburn II, MSN, Family Nurse Practitioner at Burrier Family Practice
Milburn, his father, his mother, and his sister all graduated from both the RN-to-BSN programs, as well as the MSN programs! Find out why they say, "Malone is in our blood."