The RN to BSN program is designed for graduates of associate degree programs, who hold an unencumbered RN licensure in the state of Texas. The online curriculum is designed to facilitate earning the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree within 12 to 24 months while continuing employment.
RN's can earn a BSN in as few as 61 hours and become eligible for over 30% more jobs.
|English 1302 (Literature)||9 SCH|
|Fine Arts||3 SCH|
|History (U.S. History)||3 SCH|
|Political Science 2305 (Federal)||3 SCH|
|Math 1342 (Statistics)||3 SCH|
|Physical Activity (Lifetime Fitness)||2 SCH|
|Lifespan Growth & Development||3 SCH|
|Plus: Associate Degree Nursing Courses -
34 credit hours required
|NURS 3350||Concepts of Pathophysiology||3 SCH|
|NURS 3342||Health Assessment||3 SCH|
|NURS 3335||Translating Nursing Research||3 SCH|
|To Nursing Practice|
|NURS 3302||Issues & Trends in Nursing||3 SCH|
|NURS 4622||Community Health Nursing||6 SCH|
|NURS 4241||Gerontology||2 SCH|
|NURS 4141||Gerontology Clinical Lab||1 SCH|
|NURS 4315||Holistic Nursing||3 SCH|
|NURS 4644||Leading & Managing in Nursing||6 SCH|
|NURS 4316||Professional Development||3 SCH|
An audit of Associate Degree transcript will determine completion of pre-requisite coursework.
Want more information? Contact the office of admissions at 903.923.2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.