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Registered Nurse to Bachelors of Science Nursing
The Registered Nurse (AS) to Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is designed to facilitate career mobility for the Registered Nurse (AS). The program is designed to provide the educational experiences that will prepare graduates to proceed into administrative and supervisory positions in the nursing and health care fields.
RN to BSN program requires a student to be a graduate of an RN or Associates Degree program with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA and hold a current state of Florida Registered Nursing license. The acceptance of previous course work for credit will be determined by the accepting institution, the College of Health and Allied Development on an individual basis.
Students will be required to complete courses in the areas of general education courses, pre-requisite courses, core nursing courses and professional nursing courses to complete the 60 semester hour program.
BSN program is four (4) semesters long comprising of four (4) general education courses, four (4) required courses and twelve (12) professional nursing courses equaling 60 semester hours.
Areas of study can include nursing administration and management, critical thinking, community health, research, health care finance, and leadership.