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This program gives registered nurses the ability to earn a baccalaureate degree that’s nationally accredited. Built around an adult’s schedule, the flexible and instructional format helps expand professional opportunities for nurses.
Convenient evening courses meet for three hours weekly or every other week, and web-enhanced experiences are offered on alternate weeks. Plus, our year-round semester schedule allows students to be admitted and graduate each term.
Our curriculum was built to enhance not only clinical skills, but also your cultural competence, assessment skills, computer literacy and knowledge of complementary methods of care.
We work with you to reach your goals as quickly as possible, including awarding up to 40 hours of credit for previously taken diploma nursing courses and allowing students who meet the requirements to continue into the master’s program with our Fast Track to MSN
Whether you’re just beginning your nursing career, or you’ve spent years as an RN, it's important to stay ahead of the curve. A BSN degree can help you:
If you have an associate degree in nursing (ADN) and a bachelor's degree in a non-nursing major, you could get a BSN in as few as 4 semesters. Learn more about how long it will take to get your BSN degree.
BenefitsCurriculumStudent Testimonials Admission RequirementsCosts and Financial Aid Frequently Asked Questions BSN Completion Student Handbook (PDF)
Visit our accepted nursing student page to print off forms listed in acceptance letter and get connected with helpful student resources.
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