Make an impact in the lives of patients by delivering high-quality care
Now more than ever, there’s a need for qualified nursing professionals to provide care to those who need it most. By earning your bachelor’s in nursing, you can become a leader in your field and make an impact within the health care system. The program emphasis includes clinical nursing practice, health promotion and maintenance, and preparation for assuming leadership roles. The baccalaureate curriculum also provides you with the foundation for graduate study in nursing if you choose to continue your education.
The post-licensure RN to BSN degree completion program is designed for registered nurses. The program consists of 30 credit hours of coursework that can be completed as quickly as three semesters or as slowly as ten semesters, depending on the number of classes taken per term. Students also have the option to get a head start on a nursing graduate degree by substituting up to 9 credit hours of graduate coursework while enrolled in UCF’s RN to BSN program.
The Florida College System Concurrent ASN to BSN degree completion program is designed for students who have completed at least one semester in a statewide articulated A.S. in Nursing from a Florida College System institution. Eligible applicants must complete all required prerequisites before the program begins with a 2.0 GPA or better in each course and have a 3.0 overall GPA.
This program allows simultaneous enrollment in both associate and baccalaureate nursing programs. Students will earn the B.S.N. degree months earlier than a traditional RN to BSN program.
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*UCF is currently accepting applications for this program from individuals who reside in Florida, as well as other member states of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) nurse-licensure compact. Visit the NCSBN website to view the full list of states included.
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For both the Concurrent ASN to BSN track and RN to BSN track, you’ll need to complete 62 credit hours consisting of general education courses, core course requirements and restricted electives. Both tracks also require completion of certain prerequisite courses.
Number of Core Classes
For both the Concurrent ASN to BSN track and RN to BSN track, you’ll need to complete 37-38 total credits in general education courses. You’ll also need to complete 18 credit hours of prerequisite courses before advancing onto core degree requirement courses, consisting of 59 credit hours, and 3 credit hours of restricted electives.
This program will help you develop the knowledge and skills needed to excel in your field. The skills gained from this program, combined with your professional experience, will enable you to grow within your field.
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Why UCF Online?
UCF is one of the top supplier of graduates to the nursing science occupation. Our graduates work at top medical and education centers, including the University of Central Florida, Jack & Jill Children’s Center Inc, Orlando Health, Inc., and Association of Nursing Professional Development, Inc. With over 25 years of experience in online teaching and learning, UCF Online offers students an innovative approach to education. Our degrees are accessible, convenient, and designed with working professionals in mind so you can receive a quality education on your terms.
Online Support for Success
You’ve made the decision to continue your education and we’re here to help. From the moment you express interest in a UCF Online program, you’re assigned an enrollment coach to help you navigate everything from completing an application to understanding tuition and the financial aid resources available to you. Once you’re admitted, you’ll be transitioned to a personal success coach who will support you with maintaining school-life balance from the first day of classes through graduation. You’ve committed to furthering your education and we’re committed to guiding you along the way.
The (baccalaureate degree program in nursing/master’s degree program in nursing/Doctor of Nursing Practice program and/or post-graduate APRN certificate program) at UCF is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.