Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
|52-60 Total Credits||Fall & Spring Start Dates|
For registered nurses looking to stay competitive, Quinnipiac University's online bachelor of science in nursing (RN to BSN) program is ideal. Get the knowledge and tools you need to evolve in the ever-changing world of health care and meet the demand for a better-educated nursing workforce.
This intellectually stimulating program, taught by knowledgeable faculty members with real-world experience, prepares you with the skills and understanding you need to go further, all while embracing the culture of compassion and the connection to people and their communities that the profession embodies.
- Be an active registered nurse (RN)
- Hold an associate of science in nursing or diploma in nursing from a regionally accredited program
- Candidates who are new graduates from an associate degree or diploma program must pass the NCLEX-RN® no later than at the completion of their first semester of classes
- Complete a criminal background check
- Meet additional standard admission requirements
The bachelor of science in nursing is a 120-credit program. The curriculum prepares registered nurses to advance their roles with courses that focus on building knowledge of modern global issues and ethical theory, understanding of evidence-based nursing, development of research skills and full coverage of topics like disease, public health and vulnerable populations.View Curriculum
One of only 13 schools in the country that is accredited by the American Holistic Nurses Credentialing Corporation, Quinnipiac University School of Nursing prepares graduates to thrive and lead in their professional practice. Our expert faculty is made up of insightful scholars and experienced professionals who use a student-centered approach to teaching to provide more enriching educational experiences.
Graduates are equipped to provide quality holistic care for diverse individuals, families, communities and populations in a wide range of settings.
Located within the Center for Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, the School of Nursing features a pediatric lab, neonatal lab and a model apartment to teach students how to provide care in residential settings, in addition to traditional classrooms and seminar rooms. The 325,000-square-foot building is uniquely designed for collaborative learning among medical, nursing and health sciences students and faculty.
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