The baccalaureate online completion program is for licensed Registered Nurses who have earned an associate's degree in Nursing.
The BSN Program requires completion of 124 credits. Applicants may transfer up to 92 credits from their associate degree programs and other college-level courses completed. The core BSN classes contributes 32 credits. With transferred credits, it takes two years of part time study to be awarded the BS in Nursing.
The BSN student will be encouraged to integrate prior learning as they expand their skillset and knowledge of nursing.
Having established career goals and having refined their clinical competency, RNs can now further their education, which will strengthen their professional image, challenge their scholastic abilities, and prepare them for graduate school as desired.
|Summer (May-July)||Rolling Admission|
|Fall (August-December)||Rolling Admission|
Upon acceptance, students must complete Castle Branch requirements.
Your appplication will be procesed based on your official transcript and you will be able to upload your documents directly into your application.
Before the start of clinicals, you must complete the following requirements in Castle Branch:
Acceptable criminal background checks from a company recommended by the School of Nursing
Physical examinations that include:
Tubercullin skin test (if positive a chest x-ray is required, will be evaluated individually and yearly thereafter)
Proof of immunization or serum immunity for MMR1 and MMR2 (measles, mumps, rubella, rubeola)
T-dap (Tetanus, Diptheria, Pertussin)
Hepatitis B testing
Proof of either having had chickenpox, tested for varicella-zoster antibodies, or immunization
Current CPR certification
Favorable drug screening results
Admission to Andrews University does not automatically admit an applicant to the RN-BSN Online program. An additional application to the School of Nursing is necessary. Both applications are required for admission.
Nurses should practice to the full extent of their education and training
Nurses should achieve higher levels of education and training
Nurses should be full partners with heatlh professionals in redesigning health care
Using policy and data to create a health care system that enhances patient care