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The goal of EMU RN-BSN in nursing program is to graduate nurses

who have the capacity to develop a personal art of nursing that grows from an excellent knowledge base,

their own personal resources, a sense of the sacred in moments and places

   and a profound sense of respect for all people.


RN to BSN

The RN-BS in Nursing program attempts to accommodate the educational needs and lifestyles of adult students.  It is designed to fit people who already have full lives with professional and/or family commitments.  The Baccalaureate degree earned through this program has the following features:

  • Offered in Hybrid and online formats
  • Develops community through a cohort model
  • Capitalizes on the experiences and skills of adult learners
  • Offers General Education courses to meet requirements over and above the required core courses

RN to BSN Advisory Committee Members:

Juanita Angelini,  Lancaster PA 

Trudy Bauer, Lancaster,  PA  

Eva Bering, Lancaster, PA

Tina Citro, Ephrata, PA

Heidi McMullen, Lebanon, PA

Carmen Miller, Lancaster, PA

Certifications in Nursing

  • School Nurse Certification - this post-baccalaureate program consists of 13 credits of coursework, including a practicum, leading to a certificate. Courses are offered online and in a blended format. The certification can be taken as part of the Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) with the school nurse track. The certification is approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.


  • Faith Community Nurse Certification - Faith Community Nurses assist the members of their faith community to maintain and/or regain wholeness in body, mind and spirit.  This course can be taken for credit or audit and is certified through the Westburg Institute.


Other Nursing Programs at EMU

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)

  • Leadership and Management
  • Leadership and School Nursing

Our advanced nursing education program runs fall, spring and summer semesters, and offers a 24-month full-time/48-month part-time, 37 credit hour, online Master’s Program in Nursing. Both tracks prepare graduates to lead and collaborate within complex health care systems.



Doctorate in Nursing Practice (DNP)

Our 33 credit, 22 month online program prepares nursing professionals to lead dynamic healthcare systems and engage in post secondary instruction.