FAQs

The following are the most frequently asked questions about the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) program.

When can I enter the RN-BSN completion program?
You can enter the program before the fall or spring semester. You must already be a registered nurse to be admitted to the RN-BSN completion program.

How long will it take to complete the RN-BSN program?
If you are enrolled full-time it will take four semesters and one summer (summer courses are six weeks each) or approximately two years. If you are enrolled part-time it will depend on how many courses you are taking per semester.

Do I have to do clinicals for the RN-BSN program?
Yes, you will do one service learning project. The final spring semester focuses on a population health service learning project. This project will culminate into a health education project for an identified population within your community. The project can be arranged in your community.

Is the RN-BSN program completely online?
An on campus orientation is required prior to the first semester of enrollment. Nursing 301 requires three on campus meetings. All other courses are completely online.
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