The traditional BSN program incorporates face-to-face instruction and hands-on practical learning from day one.
Admission: Fall only
To be admitted to the traditional BSN program, students must have already completed 57 credit hours of college-level coursework. Students complete the program over four full-time semesters (no summers), and after graduation, they are eligible to sit for the RN licensure exam.
Application deadline is January 15. Learn about applying →
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“As a student, I was fortunate to have clinical experiences in the ICU, which gave me a leg up in applying for my current job as an ICU nurse. My training prepared me to be a nurse leader and gave me the confidence to succeed in such a high-stress unit.”BSN '17|
“My peers were some of the most brilliant, motivated people I have ever met. Nursing school is hard; your peers make it easier in a lot of ways. Study group is the key, and having people to unwind with helps you keep going.”BSN '18|