An RN-to-MSN Bridge Pathway to Your Professional Success
Our RN-MSN bridge pathway is for licensed registered nurses with a bachelor's degree in a non-nursing discipline that want to achieve their master's degree in nursing.
Required MSN bridge coursework
Goodwin University offers five RN-MSN bridge courses to help connect the dots to your future career.
|NUR 310||Health Assessment|
|NUR 351||Introduction to Nursing Research|
|NUR 361||Public and Community Health|
|NUR 460||Seminar in Professional Nursing Leadership|
|PBH 520||Biostatistics OR|
|STAT 167||Principles of Statistics|
Five flexible MSN bridge classes
Wondering how you're going to get to campus for classes? No worries! All "NUR" courses listed above are easily accessible and are offered online every semester.
If you have taken equivalent coursework during your bachelor's degree and received a grade of a C+ or higher, corresponding classes in the bridge program may be waived pending review.
If you have not previously completed the five courses listed above during your undergraduate degree, please note that it may take up to two semesters to complete all five classes before your MSN cohort begins.
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