This program requires at least 59 prerequisite credits.
Seamlessly transfer credits when you complete your Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) at one of our partner community colleges.
Find out how your prerequisites transfer.
Before you begin the admissions process, you can submit copies of your unofficial transcript(s) to us for review, and an admissions counselor will advise you on your requirements for admission.
Sharpen your critical thinking skills and strengthen your communication and leadership competencies while building relationships with other highly motivated students.
As an RN-to-BSN student, you will learn from faculty who are leaders in their fields, scientists who are on the cutting edge of nursing research, and expert clinicians with decades of experience.
This option is for licensed RNs who have either a diploma in nursing or an associate degree in nursing. The plan of study is designed specifically for registered nurses. To graduate, you must complete a minimum of 59 undergraduate credits in the social and behavioral sciences, the natural and physical sciences, and the arts and humanities. We also award credit to students with a valid registered nursing license.
We offer full-time (two semesters) and part-time options at two locations:
Courses are also offered online.
Interested in earning both your BSN and a master's degree? Check out our RN-to-MSN option.