COLLEGE OF NURSING
Bachelor of Science—RN-BSN
The RN-BSN program prepares Registered Nurses who hold an Associate Degree in Nursing or a Diploma in Nursing to acquire a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing in 12 months. Applicants must complete 63 credit hours of general studies and liberal arts courses of which many of the course credits were earned in preparation for the RN. Registered nurses who seek admission to the RN-BSN Program must meet the same prerequisites and degree requirements as generic students. Applicants are evaluated on an individual basis and must complete the clinical studies (upper division) within five years of the initial admission date. The RN-BSN program is offered as an online program.
The applicant must meet the following criteria for admission for study in the College of Nursing:
Mode of Delivery
The primary methodology used to deliver instruction in the RN-BSN program is web based courses. The RN-BSN courses are all online courses supported by communication tools provided by the University’s eCourse learning management system.
Each student upon admission to the undergraduate program will be assigned a faculty advisor by the Director. The faculty advisor will be responsible for meeting with the student prior to registration and as needed throughout the student’s matriculation. During the first semester of matriculation, the student will meet with the faculty advisor to develop a degree plan. The advisor, Director, Dean of the College of Nursing will review and approve the degree plan. A copy of the approved degree plan will be given to the student and filed in the College of Nursing undergraduate program office.
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