RN-to-BSN Program - Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
RN-To-BSN Completion Program
Zoey Walker, BSN, RN
As a Registered Nurse you can advance in the health care field by enrolling in Goodwin College’s RN-To-BSN Degree Completion program. With the increased demand for BSN graduates, now is the time for you to increase your experience and advance in your career.
A Program Designed For RNs
We’ve designed our RN-to-BSN program around your busy lifestyle. Whether you are transitioning from an associate degree or hospital diploma program into our RN-To-BSN program, we’re here to help you succeed. The RN-to-BSN curriculum can be completed part-time in 16 months or be designed to meet your individual needs.
Our RN-to-BSN program can be taken online. Up to thirty-five (35) nursing credits may be awarded through the Connecticut Articulation Agreement upon satisfactory (C+ or better) completion of NUR 300 Foundations of Professional Nursing. Only students with an RN license may register for NUR 300-400 level courses.
Graduates are prepared to practice in a variety of areas with knowledge and skills that are transferable to multiple settings. With our fixed tuition model, you will know the total cost of completing your BSN degree before you begin classes.
We're ready when you are.
- Enrollment is hassle-free.
- We’re still accepting financial aid applications.
- We’ll review your transcripts of prior learning (usually in less than one business day).
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The RN to BSN program was granted initial accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) in February 2016, valid through December 31, 2021. The next evaluation visit is scheduled for Spring of 2021. For additional information, please contact CCNE at 655 K Street, Suite 750, Washington, DC 20001 or call 202-887-6791. Goodwin College is a member of SARA and therefore can offer our RN-to-BSN program to residents of other SARA states.
Find more information in the Academic Catalog
1. American Nurse Today
2. American Association of Colleges of Nursing