The Department of Nursing and Health first formally offered a baccalaureate degree completion program in 1996. The program was developed in order to better meet the higher education needs of registered nurses (RNs) who had either associate's degrees or diplomas. Both the RN-to-BSN program and the RN-to-MSN program adhere to the same programmatic philosophy that frames the traditional BSN and MSN program.
Students apply to either the RN-to-BSN or RN-to-MSN option and ordinarily receive transfer credit for arts, sciences, and basic nursing courses taken. They may earn additional credit through challenge examinations such as College Level Examination Program (CLEP). The majority of the required undergraduate nursing courses are offered in a hybrid format.
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