Nursing: RN to BSN Bachelor of Science
Northwest Florida State College
Distance Learning, On-Campus
3 - 5 semesters
Earliest start date
The RN to BSN degree program (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) is designed for licensed Registered Nurses. This program is for you if you want to take your nursing career to the next level, such as becoming a nurse manager, case manager, hospital-based educator, and more. The program content addresses high-demand nursing specialities. Clinical instruction targets the specific needs of special populations, including community and family healthcare.
RN to BSN nursing education prepares nurses with additional competencies regarding professional nursing leadership, management of complex systems, utilization of biotechnology and informatics, and values affirmation. BSN graduates practice as clinical generalists committed to lifelong learning, personal evaluation, and influencing organizational change. While the nursing faculty's responsibility is to create an atmosphere that facilitates learning, the final responsibility for learning rests with the student.
The NWF State College RN to BSN Program's mission is to offer dynamic, comprehensive, and innovative educational experiences that will enable students to achieve their nursing knowledge and enhance their professional skills to meet the community's future health care needs.
To be considered for admission to the NWF State College RN to BSN program, you must have a valid and active Registered Nursing license. You may apply at any time; there are no deadlines for applying to the program.