Bachelor of Science in Nursing: Post-Licensure BSN Track

Degree Awarded: 
Bachelor's Degree

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To see the Bachelor of Science in Nursing section in the Jefferson College of Health Sciences Catalog, click here.

The RN to BSN Track is designed to provide registered nurses the opportunity to obtain a bachelor of science degree in nursing in preparation for professional leadership and career enhancement. Admitted students are provided with a faculty advisor who will help them develop a plan of study that is based on their individual transcripts.

This distance learning program builds upon previous education and experiences of registered nurses and features personalized advisement, support and convenient course scheduling. This allows RN students to continue to work while they pursue their educational objectives.

Most RN to BSN students shorten their plan of study by transferring prerequisite and elective courses from other accredited colleges and universities, challenging courses, holding a nursing certification, and/or through prior learning assessments. Jefferson College awards advanced placement credits to RNs once their foundational knowledge has been verified through satisfactory performance in specified upper division nursing courses.

Although most RN to BSN students work full-time and choose to take classes on a part-time basis, some students opt to be full-time students. All students must complete the program of study within five years of beginning upper division nursing courses.

Admission Requirements: 
  • Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing.
  • Registered Nurse Licensure from any state or territory of the United States.
  • Click here for the general information on admissions requirements.
Other Information: 
Program Highlights

This innovative and working healthcare professional-friendly program offers: 

  • The opportunity to build on an Associate Nursing Degree or Diploma nursing programs.

  • Convenient online course scheduling allowing students to work while pursuing educational objectives.

  • All courses by distance learning to increase flexibility.

  • Clinical experiences arranged by the student and, once approved, can be completed on a flexible schedule in the student's community.

  • Individualized faculty advising for all nursing students.

  • Small class sizes that enhance student/faculty relationships.

  • Attractive financial aid options.
More About the Undergraduate Nursing Programs at Jefferson

To learn more about the undergraduate Nursing programs at Jefferson College, click here.

Tau Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International

Bachelor of science in nursing and masters of science in nursing students at Jefferson College of Health Sciences have the opportunity to join the Tau Phi Chapter of Sigma Theta Tau International. Click here to learn more.