An online Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program offers many professional benefits.
Transforming from an RN to BSN can enhance your current job and also be invaluable when transitioning into a management role. Positions in research, teaching, quality control, safety and sales are often “BSN-preferred.”
Taking the extra steps to convert your RN to a BSN will afford a much stronger opportunity to succeed in these areas.
RN to BSN Degree Facts
Achieving a BSN in CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies program includes:
• 120 credit hours:28 within the major, 12 in biological sciences, 38 for RN licensure and 42 electives and general education
• Transfer up to 83 credits from a regionally accredited school
• Is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
• An international immersion experience option is available
• Nursing coursework may be completed within a year after prerequisites are completed
The RN to BSN program allows for the opportunity to join with other nurses as you take core nursing degree classes together. Classes occur one at a time and are organized in a five- or ten-week online format. Professional application, manageable class sizes and colleague connections encourage more effective learning as well as supportive networking. Degree candidates will also have access to both nationally and internationally regarded faculty who are experts and leaders in the healthcare field.
Flexible Online Learning and a Transformative Curriculum
The RN to BSN option allows adult learners to manage family and work commitments while pursuing higher education. Offered through CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies, the Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree Completion Option is specifically designed for the working RN to pursue and achieve a Bachelor’s degree in nursing while already in the field. Colorado Christian University’s RN to BSN option also helps assist students in developing into nurse leaders who can enhance health care with Christ-inspired practices.
RN to BSN students will have direct access to faculty experts and leaders in the health care field as well as the opportunity to network and study with other Christian professionals around the world. Online learning has erased past hurdles and boundaries, making getting an education far more efficient and direct.
CCU’s College of Adult and Graduate Studies challenges adult learners to be compassionate as well as competent; graduates can help transform health care in the world through a Christ-inspired approach.