Mennonite College of Nursing offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree for Traditional BSN nursing students. The traditional nursing curriculum extends over four semesters of full-time study.
Each semester of the academic year provides for the practice of skills and the application of knowledge through a variety of classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences.
For an overview of estimated expenses for the Traditional BSN sequence, please download our program cost sheet. If you have questions, contact the Office of Student and Faculty Services at (309) 438-7400.
“What I appreciate most about the BSN program is that there has been a lot of support available to me throughout my education. The professors here want you to succeed, and they make it their business to help you.”
Busayo Ajasa, current BSN student
Delivery: On campus
Time Frame: 4 years, full-time
Tuition: Traditional BSN Program Costs
Application Deadline for Transfer Students: January 15 for the Fall term
You have not previously earned a bachelor's degree and are looking to earn your BSN.