RN to BSN: Curriculum
Create Career Advancement Opportunities with a BSN for Registered Nurses
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses is a
part-time, five-semester program designed to build on prior nursing education and enhance leadership skills to meet the needs of the changing healthcare environment.
This program is delivered in a web-based format. Clinical practice in community health and leadership are completed in the student’s local region.
The BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and is approved by the Michigan Board of Nursing.
|ISS 3xx:||Integrative Studies in Social Science|
|NUR 325:||Transitions to BSN Practice|
|NUR 336:||Health Promotion for the BSN|
|NUR 340:||Foundations of Nursing Practice|
|NUR 355:||Integrative Seminar I (RN to BSN Transition)|
|NUR 455:||Integrative Seminar II|
|NUR 465:||Leadership Immersion|
|NUR 470:||Community and Population Health Nursing|
|NUR 485:||Role Transition Seminar (Integrative Seminar III)|