The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) program is for students who currently hold an RN license but do not have a BSN degree. This program allows students to advance their education by completing additional clinical, supporting, and foundational classes aid them in becoming better communicators, leaders, advocates, and educators in their field.
*Accredited by American Nurses Credentialing Center of the American Nurses Association. For more information click here.
Required Nursing Courses for the Major (27 credits):
Progression in the nursing program is dependent upon meeting the nursing course prerequisites identified in the course descriptions. Consultation with the academic advisor regarding the individual student’s program of study is strongly recommended.
Required Support Courses for the Major (9 credits):
These courses may be taken at a community college or university or obtaned through credit by examination.