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Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Designed for the Licensed Practical Nurse with a current active nursing license who desires to become a registered nurse and earn a BSN degree, this program equips you with the leadership, communication and analytical skills that are not offered in a two year associate degree program.

As a LPN to BSN applicant, your transcript will be reviewed to evaluate prior academic activities. As a BSN graduate, you will realize greater mobility within the profession with many specialty and leadership opportunities. You can also choose to pursue graduate school studies in a number of specialty fields including nursing education, nursing leadership, nurse anesthesia, nurse midwifery, clinical nurse specialist or nurse practitioner.

Learn more about the nursing major and the College of Nursing.