Illinois Nursing School Programs:
ASN, BSN, RN to BSN, MSN, RN to MSN

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Illinois Nursing School Programs organized by degree type:

  • ASN
  • BSN
  • BSN Accelerated
  • RN to BSN
  • MSN
  • RN to MSN

Looking for a rewarding career high in demand and with high starting pay? Then becoming a registered nurse is for you!

According to the US Government Bureau of Labor Statistics, the nursing field is growing much faster than average with median pay above $32 per hour. These results are partly due to the fact that the nursing field is continually transforming into an increasingly advanced healthcare profession.

The following is a list of accredited nursing school programs organized by degree type: ASN, BSN, BSN Accelerated, RN to BSN, MSN, RN to MSN. Each school has basic information listed about their program, including:

  • Prerequisites (GPA, SAT/ACT, TEAS scores, etc.)
  • Concentrations (MSN degrees)
  • Accreditation
  • Location
  • Length of Program

Why only accredited nursing schools? Because accreditation guarantees you will receive the education and experience you need to pass your state's licensing test. Accreditation means you will be doing your clinicals in a hospital rather than a museum (We wish that was a joke!). Anyone can create an educational program and call it a nursing program, but the only way to guarantee the quality of that program is accreditation by ACEN or CCNE.

Illinois ASN School Programs


An associate's degree in nursing is basically the only associate's degree that can land you a job making over $20 per hour, guaranteed. However, many hospitals are requiring their nurses to obtain their BSN within 5 years of becoming employed.

Eventually, the Associate's degree in nursing will be phased out completely, since hospitals are being encouraged to have BSN nurses employed by such forces as Magnet status awarded by ANCC. This push towards nurses having a Bachelor's degree comes from the fact that the Registered Nurse position is becoming a more advanced medical profession.

For the time being, while hospitals are still hiring nurse's with associate's degrees, one career pathway some students take is to get their Associate's Degree in Nursing, followed by doing an online RN to BSN program. This pathway is often more cost effective, although finding a job with an associate's degree may be more difficult than for someone having a Bachelor's in Nursing.

Black Hawk College ASN

  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: Minimum TEAS test score of 60% (80% ideal), Be in top 25% of High School class, Minimum ACT of 20 (if graduated in last 5 years and no college classes taken), Minimum College GPA of 2.7, etc.
  • Accreditation: ACEN
  • Location: Moline, IL

City Colleges of Chicago ASN

Highland Community College ADN

  • http://www.highland.cc.il.us/academics/programs/nursing.asp
  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: TEAS test, Minimum 2.5 GPA, Minimum 2.75 GPA for online ADN program, Three Letters of Recommendation, Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) certifcation may be required (or LPN), Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, etc.
  • Location: Online / Freeport, IL
  • Details: Highland Community College does not appear to be accredited by ACEN at this time (2014). Highland Community College does offer an online ADN program.

Illinois Central College ASN

  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: Minimum ACT of 20, High School Classes (Minimum Grade of C for Math & Chemistry): Math (2 years), Chemistry (1 year), English (4 years), Biology (1 year), Minimum 2.5 GPA, CPR certification by American Heart Association (AHA) or American Red Cross (ARC) (Professional Rescuer and Healthcare Provider levels), etc.
  • Accreditation: ACEN
  • Location: East Peoria, IL

Lincoln Land Community College ASN

  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: Minimum ACT of 21 (19-20 has special conditions), Chemistry in last 5 years(minimum grade of C), Minimum 2.5 GPA, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, (Science classes taken in last 5 years), CPR certification by American Heart Association (AHA), etc.
  • Accreditation: ACEN
  • Location: Springfield, IL

Illinois BSN Traditional School Programs


Many schools offering BSN traditional programs accept students into the program as Freshman; however some schools consider the first two years to be "pre-nursing" and acceptance into the last two years of the "nursing" portion of the program can be competitive. Be sure to find out if acceptance into the program guarantees acceptance for the entire four years, since this will differ from school to school.

Students obtaining their BSN will be more competitive as job-seekers than their Associate degree peers. However, due to the high growth rate of the nursing field, rarely does a brand new Registered Nurse have problems finding a job within the first six months, no matter what kind of degree they have.

Chamberlain College of Nursing BSN Traditional

Illinois State University BSN Traditional

Loyola University Chicago: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing BSN Traditional

Olivet Nazarene University BSN Traditional

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville BSN Traditional

  • Length of Program: 4 years
  • Prerequisites: Minimum ACT of 27 or SAT of 1210 recommended for direct entry, Minimum Prerequisite GPA of 2.7, Minimum Cumulative GPA of 2.5, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Edwardsville, IL; Carbondale, IL

University of Illinois College of Nursing BSN

  • http://www.nursing.uic.edu/
  • Length of Program: 2 years (after prerequisites; 4 years total)
  • Prerequisites: Recommended ACT of 28 or SAT of 1240, Recommended to be in top 15% of High School class, Transfer Students: Minimum 2.75 Cumulative GPA & Minimum 2.5 Science GPA, Chemistry, Organic/Bio Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Additional General Education Classes (http://www.nursing.uic.edu/academics-admissions/bachelor-science#admissions-requirements), etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Chicago, IL; Urbana, IL
  • Details: Students are admitted during the Fall semester only.

Out-of-State Nursing Schools

Saint Louis University School of Nursing BSN Traditional

  • http://www.slu.edu/nursing/majors-and-degrees/traditional-four-year-bachelors-of-science-in-nursing-%28tbsn%29
  • Length of Program: 4 years
  • Prerequisites: Minimum ACT of 24 (minimum sub-scores of 22), Minimum High School GPA of 3.2, Chemistry, Biology, etc.; External Transfer Student: Minimum 3.4 GPA, Recommended Classes: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Lifespan Growth & Development, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: St. Louis, MO
  • Details: Saint Louis University will consider a student's extracurricular activities when applying for admission to the traditional BSN program.

Southeast Missouri State University BSN Traditional

  • http://www.semo.edu/nursing/bsn/index.html
  • Length of Program: 4 years (General Education + Nursing)
  • Prerequisites: Minimum 2.5 GPA; Classes Required Prior to beginning Nursing Coursework: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Microbiology, Statistics, Nutrition, Human Development; etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: Cape Girardeau, MO
  • Details: At Southeast Missouri State University, for entry into the BSN traditional program, a student's science GPA's have more weight than the overall cumulative GPA. For these reasons, it is strongly encouraged to have at least three A's out of the four required science classes: Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry, Microbiology.

University of Missouri-St. Louis: College of Nursing BSN Traditional

University of Wisconsin College of Nursing BSN Traditional

  • http://www.uwosh.edu/con/college-of-nursing-programs/undergraduate-bsn/traditional
  • Length of Program: 2.5 years (after prerequisite classes, 4 years total)
  • Prerequisites: TEAS V test, Minimum 2.75 GPA, Nursing Assistant Certification (CNA) & work experience preferred, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Psychology, Biology, Growth & Development, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Oshkosh, WI
  • Details: The University of Wisconsin's Nursing BSN program begins in a student's Sophomore year. Entry into the nursing program is considered once the student has taken the required general education classes and nursing prerequisites. Due to competition, the average GPA of accepted students ranges from 3.4 to 3.6, depending on various factors.

Illinois BSN Accelerated School Programs


BSN Accelerated degrees are for career-changers who already have a Bachelor's degree in a different field. Typically, acceptance into these programs only require that certain prerequisite classes have been taken and that the student has at least a 2.5 to 3.0 GPA.

Illinois State University BSN Accelerated

  • http://illinoisstate.edu/majors/details.php?f=nursing_accelerated.xml&p=%2Fmajors%2Fmcn%2F
  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, Minimum 2.5 GPA, Classes (Minimum Grade of C): Chemistry, Statistics, Psychology, Lifespan Development Psychology, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Life Span Nutrition, Medican Terminology, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Normal, IL
  • Details: It is recommended that your GPA be higher than 3.3 in order to gain entry into the BSN Accelerated Second degree program.

Loyola University Chicago: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing BSN Accelerated

  • http://www.luc.edu/nursing/absn/
  • Length of Program: 16 months Full-time
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree; Minimum 3.0 GPA; Psychology; Developmental Psychology; English; History; Statistics; Minimum Grade of B in all Science Prerequisites: Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology; Two Letters of Recommendation; etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Maywood, IL

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville BSN Accelerated

  • Length of Program: 4 semesters Full-time
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, Minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0, Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry (Incorganic, Organic, & Bio), Microbiology or Bacteriology, Psychology, Human Growth & Development, English Composition, Statistics, Ethics, Two Letters of Recommendation, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Edwardsville, IL
  • Details: Southern Illinois University's BSN Accelerated program begins in the fall semester only.

Out-of-State Nursing Schools

Saint Louis University School of Nursing BSN Accelerated

  • http://www.slu.edu/nursing/majors-and-degrees/accelerated-one-year-bachelors-of-science-in-nursing-%28absn%29
  • Length of Program: 1 year (3 semesters)
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree; Minimum 3.2 Cumulative GPA; Minimum Grade of C in: Chemistry, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Statistics (Inferential/Descriptive), Theology/Religion, Ethics, Human Growth & Development, Social Behavioral Science; Two Letter of Reference; etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: St. Louis, MO
  • Details: Saint Louis University Undergraduate students who have earned at least 77 credit hours are also eligible to enter into the BSN Accelerated program; there are specific admission requirements for non-degree students, including additional prerequisite classes.

University of Missouri-St. Louis: College of Nursing BSN Accelerated Second Degree

Illinois BSN Online School Programs


BSN Online programs are essentially BSN Accelerated programs offered online for those who already have a non-nursing Bachelor's degree. Since classes are online, the school may require you to arrange your own clinicals, which can be a challenge if you do not have any hospital connections. Be sure to ask about clinicals when applying.

Olivet Nazarene University BSN Online Accelerated Second Degree

  • http://graduate.olivet.edu/programs/nursing/accelerated-bachelor-science-nursing
  • Length of Program: 16 months Full-time
  • Prerequisites: TEAS test minimum 72%, Bachelor/Associate's degree OR minimum 60 credit hours earned from accredited school, Minimum 2.75 GPA, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Illinois Department of Professional Regulation
  • Location: Online (Oak Brook, IL)
  • Details: Olivet Nazarene University's BSN Accelerated program is an online program. The clinical portion of the program occurs in Oak Brook, IL.

University of Wisconsin College of Nursing BSN Online Accelerated Second Degree

  • http://www.uwosh.edu/con/college-of-nursing-programs/undergraduate-bsn/accelerated-online-bachelors-to-bsn
  • Length of Program: 1 year
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree, Minimum TEAS V of 75, Minimum Grade of C in all Prerequisite courses, Minimum 2.75 GPA, Nursing Assistant Certification (CNA) in Applicant's Home State, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry 1 & 2, Psychology, Biology, Growth & Development, English Composition, Speech, Math, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Online (Oshkosh, WI)
  • Details: Clinical rotations are expected to be completed in the student's home communities; however, it is possible that students may have to travel beyond 50 miles in order to attend clinicals, depending on the situation. Entry into this BSN online program is extremely competitive.

Illinois RN to BSN School Programs


Most RN to BSN school programs are offered online, or are a hybrid of online/on-campus courses. These schools assume you are currently working as an RN, and since you have already proven a certain level of knowledge with your licensure, they often offer great flexibility for obtaining your BSN.

The RN to BSN program option has gained in popularity due to the push towards requiring nurses to have a Bachelor's level education.

Chamberlain College of Nursing RN to BSN

Illinois State University RN to BSN

  • http://illinoisstate.edu/majors/details.php?f=nursing_rnbsn.xml&p=%2Fmajors%2Fmcn%2F
  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: ASN degree, RN license (in state of residence), Minimum 2.0 GPA, Current Employer Recommendation, Chemistry, Statistics, Psychology, Lifespan Development, Microbiology, Anatomy, Physiology, Nutrition, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Normal, IL
  • Details: It is recommended that your GPA be higher than 2.9 in order to gain entry into the RN to BSN program.

Loyola University Chicago: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing RN to BSN

  • http://www.luc.edu/nursing/rnbsn/
  • Length of Program: 3 semesters
  • Prerequisites: ASN degree, RN license, Minimum 2.5 GPA, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Online (Maywood, IL)

Olivet Nazarene University RN to BSN

  • http://graduate.olivet.edu/programs/nursing/BSN
  • Length of Program: 21 months Full-time
  • Prerequisites: ASN degree, RN license, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Illinois Department of Professional Regulation
  • Location: Online; Rolling Meadows, IL; Rockford, IL; Bourbonnais, IL; Freeport, IL; Morris, IL
  • Details: Olivet Nazarene University's RN to BSN program can be completed completely online or in a hybrid online/on-campus format at the locations listed.

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville RN to BSN

  • Length of Program: 3 semesters (1 year)
  • Prerequisites:  ASN degree, RN license, Minimum Cumulative 2.0 GPA, Anatomy, Physiology, Microbiology, Chemistry, English Composition 1 & 2, Speech, Logic, Statistics, Ethics, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Online (Edwardsville, IL)
  • Details: Southern Illinois University's RN to BSN program is completely online.

University of Illinois College of Nursing RN to BSN

Out-of-State Nursing Schools

Saint Louis University School of Nursing RN to BSN

Southeast Missouri State University RN to BSN

  • http://www.semo.edu/nursing/rn/index.html
  • Length of Program: 3 semesters Full-time; 5-6 semesters Part-time
  • Prerequisites: ASN degree, RN license, Minimum 2.8 Cumulative GPA, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: Online (Cape Girardeau, MO)
  • Details: Southeast Missouri State University's RN to BSN program is completely online.

University of Cincinnati's School of Nursing RN to BSN

University of Missouri-St. Louis: College of Nursing RN to BSN

  • http://www.umsl.edu/~nursingweb/RN%20to%20BSN%20Program/index.html
  • Length of Program: 2 years
  • Prerequisites: ASN degree, RN license (eligible for licensure in Missouri), Minimum 2.5 Cumulative GPA, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: Online (St. Louis, MO)
  • Details: The University of Missouri-St. Louis offers it's RN to BSN program completely online or on-campus (one evening per week).

Illinois MSN Traditional School Programs


The basic MSN options are Nursing Education, Nursing Leadership, and various Nurse Practitioners. Typically, nursing education and leadership are offered online and are easier to obtain. However, due to the ease of obtaining these MSN degrees and the lack of jobs in the field (in relation to supply), it is not uncommon for RN's with MSN's in education or leadership to have difficulty finding a job.

Conversely, Nurse Practitioners are in high demand, having much of the authority of Medical Doctors. If you visit an outpatient clinic, the person seeing you may actually be an NP instead of a doctor, which is a growing trend in the healthcare field. A Nurse Practitioner is a professional somewhere in-between a Medical Doctor (MD) and a Physician's Assistant (PA).

Also a growing trend is a desire for Nurse Practitioners with Doctorate degrees (DNP), as the NP profession becomes more and more like the MD end of the spectrum. This typically means more authority and more pay.

Chamberlain College of Nursing MSN Traditional

Loyola University Chicago: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing MSN Traditional

  • http://www.luc.edu/nursing/msn/
  • Concentrations: Nurse Practitioners - Family Nurse Practitioner, Adult Acute, Adult Primary, Women's Health (http://www.luc.edu/nursing/msn/np/); Clinical Nurse Specialist - Adult Primary, Adult Acute, Oncology (http://www.luc.edu/nursing/msn/cns/); Online - Infection Prevention (http://www.luc.edu/nursing/msn/infectionprevention/); MSN/MBA Dual Degree
  • Length of Program: Varies depending on concentration.
  • Prerequisites: ASN/BSN degree, RN license (eligible for endorsement in Illinois), Nursing work experience, Three Letters of Recommendation, Graduate Record Exam (GRE) score (waived is GPA above 3.0), etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Maywood, IL
  • Details: Students who have an ASN degree and apply for Loyola University Chicago's RN to MSN program do not earn a BSN in the process. The MSN program allows nurses with an ASN to move straight to the Master's level.

Olivet Nazarene University MSN Traditional

  • Concentrations: Nursing Education or Nursing Management & Leadership (http://graduate.olivet.edu/programs/nursing/MSN ), Family Nurse Practitioner (http://graduate.olivet.edu/programs/nursing/MSN.F)
  • Length of Program: 17 months (24 months for Family Nurse Practitioner)
  • Prerequisites: BSN degree, RN license, etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Illinois Department of Professional Regulation
  • Location: Online (Bourbonnais, IL; Champaign, IL; Oak Brook, IL)
  • Details: The Education and Leadership tracks are completely online programs. The Family Nurse Practitioner program is a hybrid online/on-site program.

Southern Illinois University Edwardsville MSN Traditional

  • Concentrations: Nursing Administration, Nurse Anesthesia, Nurse Educator, Family Nurse Practitioner
  • Length of Program: 2-3 years (varies by concentration)
  • Prerequisites: BSN degree, Illinois or Missouri RN license, Minimum Nursing GPA of 3.0, Minimum Science GPA of 3.0, Minimum Cumulative GPA of 3.0, Statistics (minimum grade of C), Minimum 1 year Nursing experience, CPR certification, For Nurse Anesthesia: ACLS & PALS certification by American Heart Association (AHA), etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Edwardsville, IL; East St. Louis, IL
  • Details: Depending on the concentration, probationary admission may be offered to students with a 2.50 to 2.99 GPA.

University of Illinois College of Nursing MSN

Out-of-State Nursing Schools

Saint Louis University School of Nursing MSN Traditional

  • http://www.slu.edu/nursing/majors-and-degrees/master-of-science-in-nursing-nurse-practitioner-%28msn-np%29
  • Concentrations: Adult Acute Nurse Practitioner, Adult Primary Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Primary Nurse Practitioner, Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
  • Length of Program: Full-time & Part-time options available
  • Prerequisites: BSN degree, RN license (in state where clinicals will be done), Minimum 3.25 GPA, Three Professional Letters of Recommendation, CPR certification by the American Heart Association (AHA), etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: Online (St. Louis, MO)
  • Details: Recently graduated BSN students, with no clinical work experience, may be able to gain admission on a part-time basis while gaining nursing work experience.

University of Missouri-St. Louis: College of Nursing MSN Traditional

  • Concentrations: Adult Nurse Practitioner, Family Nurse Practitioner, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Women's Health Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Educator
  • Length of Program: 3 years
  • Prerequisites: BSN degree, RN license (eligible for licensure in Missouri), Minimum 3.0 Cumulative GPA, Statistics, Health Assessment class, Two years Nursing experience (preferred before clinicals), etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: St. Louis, MO

University of Wisconsin College of Nursing MSN Traditional

Illinois MSN Accelerated School Programs


Rush University MSN Accelerated

University of Illinois College of Nursing MSN Accelerated

Out-of-State Nursing Schools

Saint Louis University School of Nursing MSN Accelerated

  • Concentration: Clinical Nurse Leader
  • Length of Program: 5 semesters (21 months)
  • Prerequisites: Bachelor's degree; Minimum 3.2 Undergraduate GPA; Completed in Last 5 Years: Microbiology, Anatomy, Physiology, Inferential Statistics; etc.
  • Accreditation: CCNE, Missouri State Board of Nursing
  • Location: St. Louis, MO
  • Details: Clinicals are completed in hospitals in the Saint Louis area.

Illinois RN to MSN School Programs


For Registered Nurses who want to obtain their BSN and MSN at the same time, or for RN's who have a Bachelor's degree in a non-nursing field, many schools offer RN to MSN programs. The only drawback to these programs is that generally only Nursing Education and Nursing Leadership are possible degree concentrations. If you have any interest in becoming a Nurse Practitioner, then the more traditional route is more appropriate.

Note: Some schools do not award a BSN through their RN to MSN option, offering only a direct path from ASN to MSN. Your work experience will likely play a large role in finding a job with your MSN if you do not have a Bachelor's degree to go with it.

Chamberlain College of Nursing RN to BSN to MSN

  • http://www.chamberlain.edu/admissions/undergraduate/rn-bsn-to-msn
  • Length of Program: 2 Years
  • Prerequisites: RN License, Minimum GPA of 3.0 in Chamberlain’s RN to BSN coursework
  • Concentrations: Informatics, Healthcare Policy, Executive, Educator Tracks
  • Accreditation: CCNE
  • Location: Online (Addison, IL; Chicago, IL; Tinley Park, IL)
  • Details: Students earn their BSN and MSN at the same time. This program is mainly for students earning their BSN through Chamberlain’s RN to BSN program.

Loyola University Chicago: Marcella Niehoff School of Nursing RN to MSN

Rush University RN to MSN


State List of Nursing School Programs

Disclaimer: Nursing schools sometimes change their prerequisites and other information. Accreditation is also renewable, which means nursing schools can lose their accreditation. While we attempt to keep all information up-to-date, the most reliable source of information is the actual nursing school website (links are provided). This website is for information purposes only and currently has no affiliation with any particular nursing school.

Nursing Abbreviations: Quick Reference


Abbreviations for Degrees and Titles

  • ASN/ADN = Associate of Science in Nursing / Associate Degree in Nursing
  • BSN = Bachelor of Science in Nursing
  • MSN = Master of Science in Nursing
  • CNA = Certified Nursing Assistant
  • LPN = Licensed Practical Nurse
  • RN = Registered Nurse
  • NP = Nurse Practitioner (Masters/Doctorate degree level education)
  • CNS = Clinical Nurse Specialist (Masters/Doctorate degree level education)

College Assessment Exams

  • ACT = American College Testing program (Undergraduate college entrance exam)
  • SAT = Scholastic Aptitude Test (Undergraduate college entrance exam)
  • TEAS = Test of Essential Academic Skills
  • HESI A2 = Health Education Systems Inc. Admission Assessment
  • GRE = Graduate Record Examination (Graduate college entrance exam)

Accreditation Agencies

  • ACEN = Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
  • CCNE = Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education

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