The Accelerated BSN (BSN-A) is a full-time program designed to provide students with a previous baccalaureate degree the ability to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The program is 15 months and begins near the end of May after commencement ceremonies at most colleges and universities. The curriculum plan provides an overview of the course of study. Students complete the program in August of the following year and graduate at the August commencement ceremony.
The Basic Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN-B) Program is a basic or generic option that allows students who have completed all general education courses required in a baccalaureate program to take the nursing courses for the baccalaureate nursing degree over six semesters. The program is a full-time program and the curriculum plan provides an overview of the course of study. Students enter the program in the fall semester and complete the program in August of the second year, and graduate at the August commencement ceremony.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Completion (BSN-C) Program provides advanced education for the graduate of an associate degree or diploma nursing program who has passed the NCLEX-RN and already has a nursing license. The program can be completed in as few as two years or on a part-time basis. the curriculum plan provides an overview of the course of study. Students may enter the program during any fall, spring or summer semester and participate in either the May or August commencement ceremony.