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- Program Type:
- Online Bachelor
The College of Nursing offers CCNE accredited and State Board approved undergraduate and graduate education. The College is committed to improving access to baccalaureate and graduate education through the use of innovative programs, state of the art technology, and highly qualified faculty.
R.N. to B.S.N. Program
The post-licensure RN to BSN degree completion program is designed for registered nurses. The College of Nursing will validate previous coursework and will award up to 29 credits for prior learning.
Students can 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 RN to BSN program is available online or can be completed face-to-face on select regional campuses. Some courses are also taught at the Health First Education Center in Melbourne. The program consists of 30 credit hours of coursework that can be completed in as quickly as three semesters or as slowly as 10 semesters, depending on the number of classes taken per term.
Qualified applicants must complete an AA degree from a public institution in Florida or complete the 12 UCF general education courses, as well as have completed two years of foreign language in high school or two semesters in college. Students missing more than three courses from the required general education or foreign language courses will not be eligible for admission.
These are the core values at UCF, and our community of thinkers, helpers and makers pushes boundaries and shifts paradigms to solve the world’s most pressing problems. A great university can unleash the potential to change the world. Listed as one of the most innovative universities in the nation by the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Colleges 2016 Guide, UCF specializes in providing high-quality distance learning options for those talented students and working professionals who are unable to physically attend our Orlando campus or our 12 Central Florida locations.