RN to BSN Completion Program

Registered Nurse – Bachelor of Science Completion Program – St. Louis College of Health Careers

The RN to BSN Program is designed to help registered nurses advance their professional career by expanding their knowledge and skills in nursing. This program is ideal for actively licensed registered nurses who want to pursue higher education and take their nursing career to the next level. The RN to BSN Program offers a comprehensive curriculum that covers a wide range of topics, including nursing leadership and management, community health, research and evidence-based practice, complex care, and end-of-life care. The program is delivered fully online which allows students the flexibility to balance their work and personal responsibilities while pursuing their higher education goals.

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Graduates of the RN to BSN Program are better equipped to take on leadership roles in healthcare organizations, pursue advanced nursing degrees, or become specialized in a particular area of nursing. With a BSN degree, nurses can also earn higher salaries and have access to greater job opportunities within the nursing field.

Program Length: Days/Evening – 64 Weeks   Hours Credits
ENG300 Writing as a Professional 60 4
BN300 Nursing History & Theory 60 4
BN320 Advanced Pathology & Assessment 60 4
MTH310 Statistics 60 4
BN340 Nursing Informatics 60 4
BN360 Transcultural Nursing 60 4
BN380 Community & Public Health Nursing 60 4
BN400 Research & Evidence-Based Practice 60 4
BN420 Role of Nurse Educator 60 4
HC430 Ethical and Legal Perspectives in Healthcare 60 4
BN430 Leadership, Management & Role Transition 60 4
BN440 Complex Care Nursing 60 4
BN460 End-of-Life Care 60 4
SC300 Organizational Behavior 60 4
BN480 BSN Capstone 60 4
Totals 900 60
Transfer Credits from Approved RN Program      60
Program Totals:   900 120

(*Includes 60 approved transfer credits)

All courses in the RN to BSN program are delivered in full distance education (fully online).

Other Program Requirements:

Applicants to the RN to BSN Program must have already obtained their registered nursing degree from an approved nursing program and hold an active unencumbered RN license.

*Minimum of 60 approved transfer credits including a minimum of 20 general education credits.


Award Upon Completion: Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)


Registered Nurses: Occupational Outlook Handbook: : U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (bls.gov)


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