Nursing (RN to BSN)
Advance your career in under two years with our accelerated RN to BSN program.
As a working nurse, earning your BSN is one of the first steps to professional growth. Our accelerated BSN program makes it quick and convenient, with online and in-person options. Enhance your skills in a unique, personal environment where expert faculty provide one-on-one attention.
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Applicants must have graduated from an accredited associate degree nursing program or hospital-based program with a 2.0 minimum GPA. They must also be working in a health care setting for a minimum of eight hours per week. Applicants are required to submit a copy of their nursing license or temporary work permit.
Lower Division Courses (65 credits)
|Students are awarded 39 lower division nursing credits for their nursing coursework completed through their associate degree or diploma program.||39|
|General Education Courses||Credits|
|Social Science Courses||6|
|Mathematics Course (College-level Math)||3|
|Humanities Course (English Composition)||3|
|Total Lower Division Credits||65|
RN to BSN Curriculum (Sample Schedule)
This sample schedule lists all required courses in a suggested sequence. Electives may be completed at any time prior to graduation.
|CSS 101||College Studies Seminar||3|
|IPC 302||Introduction to Capstone||1|
|NUR 301||Conceptual Foundations of Nursing Practice||3|
|NUR 312||Human Diversity and Cultural Care in Nursing||3|
|ENG 300||Advanced Composition for Health Care||3|
|IPC 322||Teaching and Learning||3|
|NUR 340||Comprehensive Health Assessment||3|
|ECO 310||American Health Care System||3|
|PHI 330||Ethical Issues in Health Care||3|
|IPC 401||Research in Health Care||3|
|NUR 410||Issues and Trends in Nursing||3|
|NUR 420||Nursing Leadership and Management||3|
|NUR 430||Nursing in a Global Society||3|
|300- or 400-level Elective||3|
|Total RN to BSN Credits||55|
|Total Combined Credits||120|