Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
The School of Nursing's Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program allows working Registered Nurses to capitalize on prior education and experience when moving into the professional nurse realm. Courses strengthen critical thinking skills, increase knowledge of complex therapeutic concepts, present best practice management principles, and promote utilization of research to guide patient care.
Course instruction is organized and delivered in a hybrid format, which combines face-to-face classes with online learning. The hybrid model brings students to campus three to six times per semester as designated by each course. In a hybrid model, students must be highly motivated and recognize that the online learning portion of the learning process requires commitment, time, and work.
To apply to the BSN program, you must be licensed as a Registered Nurse (RN). If you are not an RN, click here for information to apply for the RN program.
Programs for the RN to BSN program are available through WSU-Ogden and Outreach.
BSN Applicant Checklist
(Application eligibility requirements, prerequisite/support courses, and other helpful information)
Applications are not available online. Email Rob Holt at email@example.com to request an application for the program.
Deadlines to apply are October 10 for a Spring semester start date and March 10 for a Fall semester start date.