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.
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 2017 National Nursing Workforce survey “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
* The 2017 National Nursing Workforce Survey. Journal of Nursing Regulation
Numbers in bold indicate total credits for each requirement.
*Additional courses to meet the 120 credits requirements for the RN-BSN completion program will be determine based on transcript evaluation.