Why choose our Bachelor of Science in Nursing program?As a working registered nurse, earning your BSN is one of the first steps in professional growth. PA College offers a convenient RN to BSN program – you can finish your degree in less than two years. Our accelerated BSN program is designed with the majority of courses that meet once a week for four hours or online, over the course of five weeks. This allows flexibility in your personal schedule, and the opportunity to apply what you’ve learned in the classroom in your current nursing position. This program is available at the Lancaster campus as well as online, offering even more convenience in a BSN program. Blend your learning with just the right balance in work and life.
What will I learn?
This curriculum is designed for working RNs to advance your critical thinking skills, communications skills, theoretical knowledge and professional education. With small class sizes and individualized advising, you will be able to enhance your knowledge while in a unique and personal environment. Students graduate from this program prepared to take on leadership roles in nursing. Not only will this program enhance your nursing knowledge, but it will also reaffirm some of the core values of nursing – caring, compassion and thoughtfulness.
Not an RN? No worries! We offer an Associate of Science in Nursing degree to become a registered nurse.
VIEW SAMPLE CURRICULUMWhat is the job outlook? According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 1,207,400 job openings are expected by 2020. For more information regarding the average salary, working conditions and job availability for a career in this field, click here to view the PA Department of Labor & Industry’s occupation profile.What are the admission requirements?Applicants must be a graduate of an accredited associate degree Nursing Program or a graduate of an accredited hospital based program. You must be working in a healthcare setting, with a minimum of 8 hours per week. You must also have a GPA minimum of 2.0 from their previous college/nursing program. Applicants must also submit a copy of their nursing license or temporary work permit. Students are required to obtain licensure within one year of starting the program. For current PA College students and alumni who have graduated within the last year, simply contact the Office of Admission to receive your quick application.
Program Accreditation The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation).
2016-17 Tuition & Fees – Bachelor’s Degree Program
Note: All fees are non-refundable