Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) degree is an online completion program designed for registered nurses (RNs) who have graduated from either an associate degree or diploma program and who desire to expand their knowledge in the nursing profession. All classes are offered online.

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In a rapidly changing healthcare environment, the RN-BSN degree enables the practicing registered nurse a greater opportunity for employment, increased responsibility, and career progression.

Earning your RN-BSN opens the door for professional certification in a nursing specialty such as nurse practitioner, nurse educator, nurse anesthetist, clinical nurse specialist, or administration. An RN-BSN degree also provides a foundation for graduate level education and the future pursuit of doctorate level education.

Faculty work closely with students in courses focusing on holistic nursing, community health, health policy, informatics, leadership, and administration providing the knowledge to remain successful healthcare providers and leaders in today's healthcare workplace.

All classes are offered online with the exception of NUR 301 which requires three on campus meetings, allowing you to earn your degree at your convenience and without having to sacrifice your present job or income.

The RN-BSN online completion program at Cabarrus College:
- Offers fall and spring admission
- Allows students to take general education along with nursing courses (all offered online with the exception of NUR 301 which requires three face-to-face meetings on campus)
- Can be completed in six semesters (full-time)
- Offers full-time and part-time options
- Values small classes that focus on student centered learning
- Allows the working RN the convenience of pursuing an RN-BSN in a flexible online environment
- Offers thorough orientation to online learning upon admission and allows interaction between faculty and peers
- Allows students to receive 61 block credits for an ADN or a diploma in nursing
- Considers transfer credit on an individual basis

The Distance Education page allows you to visit an online classroom and learn helpful tips for successful online learning. You can also take our Online Readiness Assessment to help determine if you are ready for distance learning.

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