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B.S. in Nursing - Bemidji State University

Cambridge Campus

Program Information

Granted by Bemidji State University, the Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program available at Anoka-Ramsey Community College has a 26 year history at Bemidji State and a 90% graduation rate

The faculty-student relationship is one of collaboration among colleagues and the program is structured to focus on adult learner needs: 

  • Prior experience and knowledge are acknowledged, valued, and expanded upon; thus students learn from each other as well as the professors
  • Students have a high degree of freedom to make choices and design learning experiences to fit their individual needs and interests
  • Designed for working professionals with a blended format (combination of on campus and online courses) to accommodate busy nurses who have jobs and families and who may commute long distances:  Full-time and part-time options
  • Clinical experiences are arranged in a variety of sites as close to the student's home as possible. 
  • Students must be admitted to Bemidji State University and the RN to BS program. Once admitted to Bemidji State and the nursing program go to: “myBSU” at: click on E-Services in the bottom right-hand corner.

    For more information about the RN to BS program, please review the program details at Bemidji State's Nursing website or contact Bonner Karger in the Center for Extended Learning at Bemidji State University, at or 218-755-2068.

  • The RN to BS in Nursing program is offered online and at the Anoka-Ramsey Community College Cambridge Campus.

    The program is designed in block times and a blended format (combination of on campus and online):

    • Students come to campus for a required transfer seminar in August, and then three more days each semester. The remaining classes are online.
  • The RN to BS in Nursing degree program prepares students for all registered nursing positions, nursing leadership, public health nursing, licensed school nurse and for teaching in a licensed practical nursing program.

    • Registered Nursing
    • Nursing Leadership 
    • Public Health Nursing
    • Licensed School Nursing
    • Teaching Licensed Practical Nursing Programs

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