Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) track is designed for those students who have already completed the RN program at a community college or diploma program and hold a current unencumbered United States Registered Nursing licensure, in all states where student will be residing during matriculation.
The University of West Florida's BSN nursing program prepares students to become clinical generalists who are leaders, managers, and lifelong learners. The role of the nurse is one that requires critical thinking, communication, independent judgment and familiarity with social, political, cultural, ethical and economic issues that affect health care and the nursing profession. Students learn to integrate research findings into nursing practice.
The track is open to RNs who hold current licensure (via ASN or diploma) and an associate degree from a junior or community college, or completed the General Studies curriculum.
- University Application Information
- UWF Catalog Description
- UWF Online Campus
- Proof of Immunizations
- Gordon Rule
- Foreign Language
- Common Core
- Common Prerequisites
- Semester Courses Offered
- Sample Study of Plan Full Time
- Sample Study of Part time
- BSN-RN Handbook 2017
School of Nursing Admissions Coordinator
RN to BSN Program Advisors
If your lastname begins with A-J
- Danice Boland - email@example.com
If your lastname begins with K-Q
- Caleb Tarver - firstname.lastname@example.org
If your lastname begins with R-Z
- Chris Powell - email@example.com
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