Bachelor of Science in Nursing for RNs
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) program is designed for you to further your education. As an RN-BSN student you will develop leadership skills and an understanding of the dynamic health care environment, ensuring that you can recommend constructive change and assimilate ethical, moral, spiritual, and professional concepts into your nursing practice. The RN-BSN program integrates your previous nursing experience and knowledge, while helping you advance your personal, professional, and educational goals.
Online (except for practicum hours)
Admission requirements include: completed application, copy of current RN license, official transcripts from all previously attended accredited institutions, minimum 2.75 GPA, ADN or AAS in Nursing or a diploma from a school for Registered Nurse Education, and the completed BSN consent letter. We are here to help. If you have any questions our admissions team is ready and available to answer your questions at 877.965.4838.
Students who enter with an A.A. or A.S. degree from a regionally accredited institution will have met all general education requirements. However, students may be required to complete additional elective courses beyond the required core to satisfy the 128 hour graduation requirement. Transcripts of students without A.A. or A.S. degree will be evaluated on a course by course basis to determine transferrable credits. A maximum of 82 hours will be transferred from a community college.