The North Carolina RN to BSN Uniform Articulation Agreement (RN to BSNAA) is a statewide agreement that streamlines the route by which a registered nurse who has earned an associate degree in nursing in the North Carolina Community College System can apply to a BSN completion program at any of The University of North Carolina System RN to BSN programs.
It includes a plan that identifies common general education and nursing prerequisite courses that, when successfully completed, will be accepted by all of these program
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To be eligible for the transfer of credits under the RN to BSN AA degree, an applicant must:
Students who entered or completed an AAS program in nursing at a North Carolina Community College prior to Fall 2015 are subject to the conditions in place at the individual institutions at the time of their original enrollment (as long as they have been continually enrolled) or degree completion.
If you took courses before entering a AAS-Nursing program at a N.C. Community College (on or after Fall 2015) you may have an option to complete your prerequisite requirements separately from the 5-Block Plan.
You may complete your prerequisite courses by completing the WCU Liberal Studies* and School of Nursing Prerequisite requirements individually.
However, you will need to contact your ADN nursing college about what additional courses they require for you to receive your Associate of Applied Science – Nursing degree.
Complete a Transcript Evaluation Request to help determine which path is best for you.