The Aurora University School of Nursing welcomes the Associate Degree or Diploma prepared for Professional Registered Nurses who wish to continue their education to earn a BSN Degree. We applaud your recognition of the need for additional education in today’s complex health care environment.
Diploma and Associate graduates are given 30 semester hours of credit for having your RN license. Our classes are scheduled in an eight-week format, allowing the busy professional to complete the requirements of a BSN Degree in a reasonable amount of time.
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 university advisement staff act as advisors for each individual student. We recognized that in order to attract the finest registered nurse into our program, we must offer the very best program. Check us out!
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 and at George Williams College).