Bachelor of Science in Nursing*
The RN to BSN Program is a baccalaureate program for Registered Nurses who hold an active, unencumbered license as a Registered Nurse from any state in the United States. The purpose of the program is to educate students from diverse backgrounds in the theory and application of nursing concepts that are beyond those learned in their lower-level coursework or their current work experiences. Students will develop the skills and knowledge to prepare them for safe, quality care, consistent with nursing and healthcare regulatory requirements. The program will emphasize interdisciplinary collaboration, safety, quality, informatics, evidence-based practice, professionalism, ethics, leadership and management, pathophysiology and advanced health assessment, population/ community health.
*The RN to BSN Program is not yet approved in all states. Please go to www.strayer.edu for the latest information regarding program availability.
+Designates courses that must be taken at Strayer University.
Area I - College Core Component
|ENG 115||English Composition||
|ENG 221||Oral Communications||
|Total Credit Hours:||45
Area II - Advanced General Education Component
|MAT 104||Algebra with Applications||
|MAT 304||Statistical Concepts for Healthcare||
|CIS 354+||Technology for Healthcare Professionals||
|SCI 121||Chemistry for Healthcare Professionals||
Any Non-nursing General Education Course
Humanities/Social Sciences/Fine Art
Choose 4 courses from the following:
Areal III - RN License
Active, unencumbered U.S. Registered Nurse License
(Equivalent of Lower-Level Nursing Core Courses and NCLEX-RN Examination)
Area IV - Major Component+
+All courses must be completed at Strayer University and no transfer credit will be awarded.
|NUR 300||Transition to Baccalaureate Nursing Practice||
|NUR 310||Quality and Safety in Healthcare||
|NUR 315||Applied Healthcare Informatics||
|NUR 325||Application of Pathophysiology to Advanced Health Assessment||
|NUR 400||Contemporary Healthcare Issues||
|NUR 410||Interdisciplinary Leadership and Management||
|NUR 425||Population-Focused Nursing for Diverse Communities||
|NUR 499||RN to BSN Capstone||
|Total Credit Hours:||36
All courses are quarter credit hours.
Total Credit Hours: 180