RN-BSN Co-Enrollment Curriculum
Co-enrollment students will spend between 1 and 4 semesters in the program, based on which semester they are completing in their associate degree program at the time of entry. Because students may start in their first, second, third or even fourth semester of their ADN program, they will work with their advisor to create an individualized, tailored plan of study.
RN-BSN Courses Taken as a Co-Enrollment Student
Students in the co-enrollment program will take selected courses in the RN-BSN curriculum while co-enrolled and complete the remaining courses upon entry as a degree-seeking student following completion of their ADN program.
Students may work on completing general education courses and/or co-requisite courses during their summer semester as a co-enrollment student. Qualified students may participate in the Costa Rica Community Health Clinical Study Abroad. View more information on the Costa Rica Community Health Clinical Study Abroad.
General Education Courses Required for Graduation (13 credits required)
Can be completed at any time during progression
Co-requisite Courses Required for Graduation
A mandatory orientation is required for all students and takes place prior to the start of the semester. This orientation will be presented in a fully online format and includes online activities, videos, group meetings, and live synchronous presentations. It is associated with NSG 324 – Strategies for Success (1 cr.) and accounts for a portion of the grade in that course. Failure to attend orientation will delay the start of the program until the following semester. This orientation does not need to be repeated upon entering the degree-seeking program.