Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in nursing program
If you’re a registered nurse who has graduated from a state
or nationally accredited associate degree or diploma nursing program, the
RN-BSN program is for you.
Due to State Boards of Nursing and other legal requirements we do not accept students into the program that live in AL, TN, WA, American Samoa, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands,nor are we permitted to allow students to complete the program if they relocate to one of these states.
The program builds on the knowledge and skills you have
acquired through a diploma or associate degree nursing program. Courses for this
program are delivered online, and clinical projects are completed in your local
community, so you can complete the BSN degree in your hometown.
You will be required to take or transfer in the following courses:
study requirements (35 units)
requirements (34 units)
requirements (30 units)
- NAU electives
to total 120 units
Learn more about the RN-BSN program requirements.
Take note that the admissions process for this
program slightly differs from the other BSN programs—check out the RN-BSN
program’s admissions process.