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The online RN to BSN degree program, offered by the School of Nursing, offers licensed registered nurses the opportunity to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). Research shows that nurses with a BSN degree have better patient outcomes. In addition, earning your BSN is one of the best things you can do for your nursing career, as there is more opportunity for advancement with this degree. You could enter a graduate nursing program, move into administration or teaching, or eventually become a nurse specialist. With our degree, earning your BSN is now easier than ever and all students pay in-state tuition rates. You can complete your degree in three semesters, once you meet general education requirements.
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- January 10, 2022
The WVU School of Nursing RN to BSN program offers licensed registered nurses who are graduates of diploma and associate degree nursing programs the opportunity to complete requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN). The online RN-BSN program is designed for completion in three semesters of study once all general education requirements are completed. All nursing courses are offered online, and a total of 28 credits of nursing coursework are required to complete the RN-BSN program.
Students are admitted during the Fall, Spring or Summer terms. Registered nurses are admitted directly into the School of Nursing with 50 credit hours of undifferentiated nursing credit. The RN-BSN program requires 28 credit hours of nursing coursework which can be completed in three semesters (full-time) and six semesters (part-time). To complete the 120 credit hours required for the degree, students will have to meet all of WVU’s general education requirements. The specific number required will be determined after an evaluation of the applicant’s transcript, as additional courses may be required.
All students must meet the WVU residency requirement, which states that students must complete the last 30 credits earned toward the Bachelor’s degree at WVU in order to qualify for the degree. Thus, students not needing additional general education foundation (GEF) courses would take 28 credits of nursing courses and an additional 2-credit elective from WVU to meet the residency requirement for graduation.
In compliance with the Washington State Nursing Commission regulations, WVU cannot accept students who are residents of Washington into our online Nursing programs at this time.
All students pay in-state tuition rates regardless of residency.
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