The School of Nursing offers a RN-to B.S.N. program designed for licensed RNs who are graduates of state-approved associate's degree or diploma schools of nursing. The purpose is to prepare generalists for the professional practice of nursing and to provide a foundation for graduate study. The program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission.
The major in nursing includes upper-division coursework in nursing, university General Education Requirements, and upper-division courses outside of nursing. It is possible to complete a minor in another discipline while completing the major in nursing. Many nursing courses have a clinical component. Clinical experiences occur in a broad range of traditional and nontraditional health care and health maintenance settings.
This online degree is available only to students who have previously earned either an Associate Degree in Nursing or a diploma in nursing and have met the majority of the prerequisites for entry into the Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program. The junior/senior nursing courses are taught online.
Additional information and specific degree requirements may be obtained by contacting:
Dr. Deborah Henderson, PhD, RN
Director BSN Programs
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Initial general information can be obtained in the Student Center, Collins Center.