Applications for the RN to BSN program may be found here. The deadline for the Spring 2016 Semester is September 10, 2015!
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The online RN to BSN Program assists registered nurses (RNs) to add value to their basic education, broaden their perspective of current clinical practice, enhance their leadership potential, and prepare for graduate study in nursing by earning a Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing.
Students will complete 24 hours of online core WCU RN to BSN courses and 8 hours of
upper division online WCU electives on a part-time basis within two years. Students are
admitted twice a year and can begin the program in either January or August.
The coursework is entirely online, including online Orientation. Students are also required to complete two practicum/clinical course rotations. Practicum/clinical requirements may be met in your local area with approval from clinical instructors.
Completing your BSN through WCU's RN to BSN program is very affordable! Tuition and fees for the entire RN to BSN Program are estimated to be $5500 (in-state), including textbooks!
Ffind out more:
- First Step - Transcript Evaluation
- Admission Requirements
- Application to Program
- Suggested Program of Study
- Program Coursework & Practicums/Clinicals
- Frequently Asked Questions
- RN-BRES Scholarship Program
- Estimated Program Costs
RN to MS(N) Early-Entry Option
WCU RN to BSN Students wishing to pursue a masters in nursing degree may apply to RN to MS(N) Early-Entry Option, which allows up to 8 hours of graduate-level MSN courses in the WCU Nurse Educator and Nurse Administrator tracks to be applied toward completion of the BSN.
- Click here to read more about the RN to MS(N) Early-Entry Option.
If you have questions about the RN to BSN Program please contact Student Service at WCUnursing@wcu.edu.