The Waldorf University RN to BSN completion program gives registered nurses an opportunity to capitalize on their prior nursing experience in the completion of the Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. 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.
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. Please see additional information regarding professional licensure for this program below.
Benefits of Earning Your BSN and taking courses online:
The RN to BSN completion program at Waldorf University can help you stand out from the crowd and elevate your practice.
Did you know?
- According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, many professional practice settings, including Magnet hospitals and academic health centers, now require or prefer the baccalaureate degree for specific nursing role.
- Thus, BSN holders are prepared for a broader role and are more preferred.
Taking courses online allow:
- 24/7 access to class content
- Eliminates the need to schedule time off from work to attend face to face classes.
- Facilitates self-paced learning
- Allows for review of lessons material multiple times during the term at the student’s convenience
RN to BSN Degree Requirements
- Completion of the core curriculum and the curriculum for the major, totaling 120 credits. Students have the ability to transfer in up to 90 credit hours.
- 2.50 cumulative grade point average for non-nursing courses completed at Waldorf University
- Minimum of 36 upper-division credit hours
The RN-BSN completion program for a BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING at Waldorf University is pursuing initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. Applying for accreditation does not guarantee that accreditation will be granted.
This program is available online only.
Review the complete list of core requirements for this program.
|General Education and Core Requirements*||54|
|Waldorf Required RN-BSN Completion Program Courses||30|
|NUR||3010||Professional Concepts in Nursing**||3|
|NUR||3020||Advanced Community Health Assessment||3|
|NUR||4030||Leadership and Management Principles for Nurses**||3|
|NUR||4040||Population Based Nursing||3|
|NUR||4050||Faculty Guided Wellness Experience**||3|
|NUR||4060||Teaching in Health Care**||3|
|NUR||4070||Evidence Based Practice||3|
|NUR||4080||Legal and Ethical Issues in Nursing||3|
|REL||4035||Life, Meaning, Vocation||3|
|Associate Degree/Diploma Program Transferred Nursing Credit||36|
|Grand Total Hours for Degree||120|
Numbers in bold indicate total credits for each requirement.
*Additional courses may be required to satisfy specific Waldorf University general education and core requirements.
**Courses to be completed in combination with approved practicum experience in the community or place of employment. Students must comply with requirements of the healthcare organizations where their practicum experience will be completed. If the healthcare organization requires an affiliation agreement prior to conducting practicum experience, additional requirements may include (but are not limited to) criminal background checks and verification of licensure, drug testing, immunization records, health insurance, and medical malpractice insurance. Students are responsible for any costs incurred as a result of meeting these additional requirements.
STATE AUTHORIZATION INFORMATION
Waldorf University RN-BSN Online Program is committed to complying with accreditation and individual state requirements. When online courses are offered to students who reside outside of the institution’s own state, the state in which the student resides may have its own regulations that nursing programs must meet to be in compliance with that state’s regulations. Compliance with state regulations allows Waldorf University to offer nursing courses to students that reside in that state. Below is a list of states for which Waldorf University is authorized to offer RN to BSN courses and applications are currently being accepted. States for which Waldorf University is not currently authorized to offer courses or compliance is currently under review is also provided.
Disclaimer: This information will be updated periodically and is subject to change without notice. It is the applicant’s responsibility to check with the home state’s Board of Nursing for additional or revised regulations. Information about each Board of Nursing can be found at National Council of State Boards of Nursing.
|States From Which Waldorf University Online RN to BSN Program is Accepting Applications|
|Iowa||North Dakota*||West Virginia|
*The Board of Nursing or state department of higher education in these states have additional steps to be completed. Please inform the Program Director if you live in one of these states for the addition steps to be completed.
|States From Which Waldorf University is Not Accepting Applications at This Time|
|District of Columbia||New Mexico||Washington|
Waldorf University is also not accepting applications from US territories at this time.