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Nursing Completion RN to BSN - 32 Credits (plus program prerequisites) - BSN

Delivery Method: Online

The BSN completion program is fully online and asynchronous, allowing associate degree and diploma prepared nurses the opportunity to obtain their BSN. There are required clinical components within the program which can be completed near the student’s residence. This program is semester based and consists of 8-week courses offered fall, spring and summer.

  • Students are required to enroll in a minimum of 6-credit hours per term to meet Department of Education financial aid requirements.
  • For progression within the RN-to-BSN program, an enrolled student must maintain an overall GPA of 2.0 or above.
  • The minimum number of undergraduate credit hours (transfer general education courses, prior nursing classes, and all RN-to-BSN in-house nursing courses) must total at least 122-credit hours prior to graduation.
  • A minimum of 32 credit hours in upper level (300- or 400-level) nursing courses must be completed at William Woods University in order to receive a BSN degree.

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    Core Credits: 31.00

    Course # Course Title Hours
    NUR 301 Transition to Professional Nursing 3.00
    NUR 320 Health Assessment 3.00
    NUR 330 Ethical Legal Nursing 3.00
    NUR 350 Nursing Informatics 3.00
    NUR 360 Individual and Family Assessment 3.00
    NUR 430 Issues in Mental Health Nursing 3.00
    NUR 450 Advanced Leadership and Management 3.00
    NUR 470 Special Topics in Nursing 3.00
    NUR 480 Evidence Based Practice 3.00
    NUR 490 Community/Public Health Capstone/Clinical 4.00

    Required Electives

    Elective Hours
    Program Prerequisites - 26 Credits 0.00

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