The opportunity to provide continuing education is one of Bryant & Stratton College’s primary goals. The RN to BSN degree is just another example of Bryant & Stratton College providing continuing education opportunities. The RN to BSN degree at Bryant & Stratton College gives Nursing degree graduates who have obtained RN-NCLEX licensure the chance to continue their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree in nursing.
Bryant & Stratton College’s RN to BSN degree program will assist registered nurses by developing a stronger foundation in skills beyond the strict clinical side of the nursing profession. Students will develop vital research and leaderships skills in order to gain opportunities for career advancement.
Admission to the RN to BSN degree program is based on the evaluation of transcripts and individual advisement. Students are required to complete the requirements of the Nursing Generalist degree program, as most nursing, biology, and liberal arts courses transfer into the RN to BSN degree program.
*The RN to BSN associate degree is offered exclusively at our Parma, Richmond and Wauwatosa campuses.
The RN to BSN baccalaureate degree at Bryant & Stratton College is a new application pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, One Dupont Circle, NW, Suite 530, Washington, DC 20036, (202) 887-6791. New applicant status is neither a status of accreditation nor a guarantee that accreditation will be granted.
The RN to BSN program provides students with the ability to:
To learn more about the courses in the RN to BSN degree program, please consult our course catalog.
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