The Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, also known as the RN to BSN, gives registered nurses an opportunity to capitalize on their prior nursing experience. With a focus on relevant topics in today's health care industry such as evidence-based practice, legal and ethical issues, leadership and management for nurses, community health and more, this degree program provides a well-rounded curriculum for RNs who are seeking more from their current career. For students enrolling into the RN-BSN completion program, a valid state issued RN license will be required for admission purposes.
Waldorf's RN to BSN degree program is a post-licensure completion program that requires students to have a current RN license for admission. This program is not designed to lead to additional licensure or certification upon graduation.
The Bachelor of Science in nursing is designed for registered nurses who desire to obtain an undergraduate degree in nursing. This program builds on students' current expertise in nursing and offers them an opportunity to grow professionally, improve their excellence in practice, and identify strategies to meet the requirements of the evolving health care environment and a globally diverse population.