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RN to BSN

Program Overview

The RN to BSN program prepares graduates for careers in professional nursing in a variety of settings. Students are admitted for fall and spring program starts after completing admission requirements. A transfer agreement with the Wisconsin Technical College System allows for transfer of credits from Associate Degree programs. The curriculum includes online courses in the arts and sciences and nursing which guide students in achieving expected student outcomes. Theory and clinical learning experiences emphasize evidence-based decision-making and application of knowledge. Courses are an accelerated six week format* that allow for program completion in as little as 16 months. *Except Writing for the 21st Century: EN 102 Research Writing and Quantitative Problem Solving: MT 120 Applied Statistics from the core curriculum which are 12-week format.

Program Coursework

The specific degree requirements on the website are for illustrative purposes and may change at any time. Please contact the Registrar's Office, Academic Advising or refer to the course catalog for detailed program requirements.

Core Curriculum

LEADERHIP:

  • Freshman Seminar 103:  Stritch Seminar
  • Spiritual & Ethical Literacy: PL 200 The Human Conversation

FOUNDATIONAL LITERACIES/SKILLS:

  • Personal Branding Communication: CA 108  Personal Branding
  • Writing for the 21st Century: EN 102 Research Writing
  • Quantitative Problem Solving: MT 120 Applied Statistics
  • Language and Culture: SPN 110 Spanish Language and Culture

CORE LITERACIES: 15 credits

  • Narrative of Identity:  PL 102 Bioethics
  • Science, Environment & Culture:  BL111  Anatomy & Physiology I
  • Social Tensions:  PL 190  Life Span Human Development
  • The American Dream (choose one): 
    • INTDS 240,  Social Movements 
    • INTDS 241 African American History & Experience
    • INTDS 242 The American Experience of Religion
  • Approving the Better Things (choose one): 
    • INTDS 250  Catch That Sound 
    • INTDS 251 Creativity Constructed: Galleries and Stages  
    • INTDS 252 Social Change through Storytelling
For additional information contact admissions or program faculty.

Crystal-Rae Evans

Faculty - Nursing

Undergraduate Nursing

cevans2@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4388

Samantha L. Messmann

Assistant Director of Nursing & Health Sciences Admissions

Enrollment Management - Admissions Undergraduate

slmessmann@stritch.edu

(414) 410-4338