Upon graduation, you will be prepared for entry into graduate level nursing educational programs. You may utilize BSN upper division elective credits for completing any necessary prerequisites or other preparation. Our faculty provide a supportive environment with the belief that education is a shared experience between teacher and student.
Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)
Intended for registered nurses, our Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program (RN to BSN) allows you to capitalize on prior education and experience while moving into the professional nurse realm.
Why Choose our BSN Program?
Only RNs have the option of achieving the bachelor’s degree in nursing. Provided you meet admission criteria, you may directly enter the section of the program after graduation from the associate’s degree level. Also, RNs from other associate’s degree or diploma programs, or those who have been out of school, can enter the RN to BSN option. A two-semester upper-division curriculum rounds out the nursing program at this level.
What You Will Learn
BSN courses are guided by specific outcomes and organized to lay a foundation for the holistic practice of professional nursing.
Specifically, courses in this program focus on:
- Critical thinking skills
- Complex therapeutic concepts
- Best practice management principles
- Utilization of research to guide patient care
Organization and Delivery
The BSN curriculum is designed to be completed in 2 to 3 semesters.
Course instruction is organized and delivered in a hybrid format, which combines face-to-face classes with online learning.
This hybrid model brings you to campus five times per semester. You must be highly motivated and recognize that the online learning portion of the learning process requires commitment, time and work. For students who qualify, the program is also offered in a complete online delivery method.
Tuition: Visit weber.edu/costs for current tuition and fees
Students are responsible for costs incurred when enrolled in courses necessitating travel to community agencies.