RN to BSN Completion Option
Complete your nursing degree in Lincoln through our flexible hybrid completion option
Do you have your associate degree or diploma in nursing? Our RN to BSN completion option offers you exactly what you need through our flexible hybrid format, a perfect mix of online and on campus courses.
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Bryan College of Health Sciences’ BSN degree is 128 credits. Of the 128 credits needed to earn the BSN degree, 42 pre-licensure credits are awarded to those entering the RN-BSN completion option with an Associate degree or diploma in nursing. In addition to the 42 pre-licensure credits, the RN-BSN completion option requires 59 general education credits and 27 nursing credits; totaling 128 credits.
The following provides a breakdown of total credits:
RN to BSN Completion Option, Credits
Credit for Pre-Licensure Credits, 42
General Education Credits, 59
Nursing Credits, 27
Total BSN Credits, 128
The general education courses at Bryan College of Health Sciences also provide an overview for curriculum requirements for students in both the BSN program and the RN to BSN completion option. Here is a sample of the RN to BSN Completion Option curriculum plan.
Why Choose Bryan College of Health Sciences
- Nursing courses are offered in a hybrid format with only three on-campus meetings over the course of the term
- Flexibility of clinical site placement
- Committed faculty
- Work alongside outstanding health care professionals at the Bryan Medical Center – one of the most renowned healthcare organizations in the Midwest
Bryan Health Sciences is focused on providing an exceptional experience and we ask our students to provide feedback on all aspects of their student experience. The ratings and comments above are from our annual Ruffalo Noel Levitz survey of all students, and our exit survey of all graduating seniors, regarding their experience in the RN to BSN program.