Bachelor of Science in Nursing, RN to BSN Completion Program
Bachelor’s prepared nurses are in high demand as the rapidly changing world of healthcare delivery tries to address the current nursing shortage. Registered Nurses earning a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree have a competitive advantage in hospitals and are well prepared to move into graduate level work.
Our RN completion program is accessible with flexible pathways to accommodate competing demands for your time. It is designed for the practicing Registered Nurse who holds an associate degree in nursing or a nursing diploma to complete a bachelor’s degree conveniently and efficiently while continuing a career.
Classes are offered completely online in an asynchronous format, allowing work to be completed any time that fits around your work and family commitments. The program admits year-round and the accelerated eight-week course format allows students to complete the program in just three semesters.
The program prepares the Registered Nurse at an advanced level to meet the challenges of specialty positions and broadens your career options in leadership. Collaborative courses in professional practice, research application, health assessment, community health and leadership and management and research are supported by the University System of Georgia eCampus.
Minimum admission requirements can be found on the School of Nursing website.
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