Nursing, RN to BSN

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Nursing, RN to BSN

Relevant, focused courses. 70% of upper division program requirements consist of nursing courses (42 of the 60 upper division credit hours), knowledge you can apply to your current and future practice of nursing.

Credit for prior nursing education. Licensed RNs may transfer up to 60 eligible pre-requisite credits including 30 eligible nursing credits from a regionally or nationally accredited college or university. Graduates of Board of Nursing approved professional diploma programs may transfer up to 30 eligible nursing credits.

All transfer credit is subject to approval by the Dean of Academic Affairs; please contact the campus for additional information on the transfer credit policy.

Designed for working nurses. Keiser's student-centered approach, one class at a time scheduling, and online convenience helps busy students focus on their education and balance the demands of attending class with work, family, and other responsibilities.

Online Flexibility.  For students who find going to a campus location a challenge, this program is also available through Keiser University’s Online campus. This 100% online option gives students the flexibility, convenience, and interactive support needed to pursue their degree and career goals. 

Keiser University recognizes your unique background as a registered nurse. Recognizing and valuing the substantial and varied experiences of the RN to BSN student population is central to the nursing curriculum. All courses have activities in which students relate content areas to their practice as nurses, contributing to the learning experience.

Placement Assistance. The Department of Student Services is dedicated to helping graduates achieve success in the job search process. Assistance is available to help with cover letters and resumes, preparing for interviews, and to provide guidance as you explore job opportunities.

Keiser University provides placement assistance but cannot guarantee employment.