The RN to BSN adult degree completion program is designed for the associate degree or diploma-prepared professional registered nurse who wishes to continue his or her education to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Coursework builds on prior learning and nursing experience, and provides opportunities for individualized study. The RN to BSN Degree Completion Program offers experiences in a variety of hospital and community settings, enhances professional nursing practice and provides a foundation for leadership roles.
Classes meet year-round in eight-week modules, allowing busy professionals to make steady progress toward educational goals. Small class sizes encourage significant interaction among peers and professors. Classes are delivered using a cohort module in a face-to-face format at the George Williams College campus as well as at the Aurora campus, Woodstock Center and on-site at local hospitals.
Diploma and Associate graduates are given 30 semester hours of credit for having a RN license.
To further assist you, support services within the university are designed and staffed with the needs of the adult student in mind. Nursing faculty and academic advisors will help keep you on track to earning your bachelor's degree.
Note: The Aurora University School of Nursings offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing (BSN) program with two tracks. One is for the pre-licensure entry track for students beginning their first coursework in nursing (offered only on the Aurora campus). The other program, RN to BSN Completion, is for registered nurses who an an associate degree or diploma and are seeking to complete the BSN degree (offered on the Aurora campus, Woodstock Center and George Williams College as well as on-site at local hospitals).