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You've already been to school to earn your associate's degree
and the hard work has paid off - you're a registered nurse
working in the field of health care, making a good income,
and doing what you love to do.
So why would you want to go back to school?

Two Words:  Career Advancement

If your immediate career goal is to become a shift leader,
a nurse director, a clinical manager,
or build the bridge to become an advanced practice nurse,
you need to turn your RN degree into a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). 


RN to BSN Applications are considered one time per year. Applications are available January 15th and are date stamped and numbered as they are received by the School of Nursing. If the number of applications received exceed the number of qualified applicants that can be admitted (due to available resources) the date completed applications are received may be considered in the admission process. For first consideration by the RN/BSN Committee, for admission, the application must be received and be COMPLETE by March 15th. If you currently are not licensed as a registered nurse due to concurrent completion of an associate degree in nursing you must document licensure as a registered nurse by June 15th or your application will be marked incomplete. If you are admitted to the program you must document three months current nursing practice, as a registered nurse, documented by letter from your employer by September 15th to continue your enrollment in nursing courses. 


2015 Application Packet-RN/BSN Track

RN to BSN 2015 Program Guide

Transfer Equivalencies

School of Nursing Newsletter - 2013

2015 BSN Student Handbook