The Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (B.S.N.) prepares students for a career as a Registered Nurse working in a wide range of healthcare organizations. Graduates of the program are prepared to assume the responsibilities of a nursing generalist as well as to assume leadership positions in nursing.
Admission to the R.N.-B.S.N. program is restricted to nurses who are graduates of diploma or associate degree programs or out of country nurses who are eligible for R.N. licensure in the U.S.
Are you a student with HCCC, BMCSON, CHSON, or BCC?
The curriculum below relates to students who are not part of the joint admissions program with HCCC, BMCSON, and CHSON or the dual admissions program with BCC. In addition to the required courses listed below, students must select a minimum of 15 credits of General Studies Program courses. Equitable courses may be transferred from prior collegiate experiences and other courses may be challenged for credit via CLEP examinations. Students must have 128 credits to graduate.
English Composition I
Fundamentals of Math orIntermediate Algebra
Developmental: Birth through Adolescence
*Please view our catalog for course descriptions.**Upon successful completion of NURS 357 - BSN Transitions, students will receive 17 credits which are held in escrow. Students must pay a $150 processing fee to receive the escrow credits.