Nursing: Curriculum

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The BSN Program blends the live classroom setting with the use of electronic resources such as interactive video and pre-recorded lectures, and offers onsite clinical settings, and local clinical rotations. This blended learning modality provides easy access to course content at any time and helps students apply the knowledge gained in the classroom in a practical way. The curriculum for the BSN requires 3.3 calendar years or a minimum of nine trimesters of full-time study (Evening option requires only 3 calendar years). Upon completion of the BSN requirements, students are eligible to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX-RN). Students have up to seven years (84 months) from their admission to the University to complete the program.


Course Catalog Information

Full curriculum, sequence, and course information can can be found in our Academic Catalog.

Learn about the curriculum for our evening Bachelor of Science in Nursing in our Academic Catalog.

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Transfer Credits

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