The online RN to BSN degree completion program from the New England Institute of Technology is designed for licensed registered nurses who want to advance their careers, and makes this pathway easier with affordability and flexibility. Students can gain skills and knowledge applicable for careers in community health clinics, primary care practice, hospitals, and patient care facilities.
Program highlights include:
The first online RN to BSN program in Rhode Island, building on academic experience
Led by faculty and clinicians that design curriculum to meet today’s healthcare needs
Coursework based on National League for Nursing Core Competencies
Availability of student advisors to provide guidance and resources
Lifelong employment assistance for alumni, which includes resume building assistance
This bachelor completion program requires 180 quarter credits for completion, including up to 113 transfer credits.
Nursing program requirements: 67 credits
College transcripts verifying graduation with a nursing degree or diploma from an accredited college of nursing
Minimum GPA of 2.0 or above
Completion of prerequisite coursework
Proof of a valid, unencumbered RN license from any state in the United States or U.S. territory (Applicants must be academically qualified to sit for the NCLEX-RN but may take up to two quarters of general education and NUR 300 level courses while they are preparing for the NCLEX-RN licensing exam.)
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Technical and Career Institutions
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
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