Nursing

Frequently Asked Questions

Nurses who have completed an associate degree or hospital diploma and have an active RN license are eligible for the program.

Yes, you can complete prerequisite courses as you earn your bachelor's; however, it could prolong the time it takes to earn your degree. Note: Students must complete statistics before they can take Scientific Basis for Professional Nursing Practice.

We offer full- and part-time completion options. Full-time students can complete the program in three semesters or nine months. Part-time students typically complete the program in three semesters (12 months), or five semesters (18 months).

The program consists of nine core nursing courses at the baccalaureate level. View a list of these courses, along with descriptions.

You will complete professional clinical experiences, but these experiences are different from clinical rotations required for an associate degree or hospital diploma. Instead, you will work on professional projects with a community and/or population-based focus. Faculty assign these kinds of projects in community and capstone courses and potentially others.