Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Curriculum

The RN-BSN program is a degree bridge program that requires completion of the core curriculum courses (see core courses link to right) prior to matriculation. Students enter the program in January or August of each year and complete eight courses of didactic and clinical study toward achieving a bachelor's degree.

Online study allows you the flexibility to complete coursework and study at your own pace. Our advanced technology also affords you real-time feedback and ready access to resources to enhance your educational experience. Your study in this program will move you to the next level of preparation with courses that build your leadership, research, and practice knowledge.

Spring Admit Curriculum
Fall Admit Curriculum


Program Outcomes

  • Synthesize knowledge, skills, and attitudes acquired in the humanities, natural, and behavioral sciences to deliver safe, comprehensive care.
  • Demonstrate values that exemplify the caring, professional nurse.
  • Apply evidence-based research to improve health and reduce health disparities in a global society.
  • Demonstrate interprofessional collaboration and clinical reasoning when caring for individuals, families, and communities.
  • Pursue knowledge as a lifelong learner to promote professional growth.
  • Demonstrate leadership, accountability, and competence as a beginning professional nurse.

Other Information

Contact Us

RN to BSN Program
706-389-6827
rn-bsn@augusta.edu

Shena Gazaway, RN, MSN
RN-BSN Program Director

Lynn Sykes
RN-BSN Program Manager

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