Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
The online RN to BSN degree completion program from Radford University provides registered nurses with a flexible, affordable opportunity to earn their bachelor's degree in nursing and advance their career. Coursework explores topics such as:
- Community Health
- Nursing Theory
Degree Level: Bachelor Completion
Delivery Format: 100% Online
Accelerated Degree: No
Accreditation & Licensing
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Commission on Colleges
Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
Degree completion requires a minimum of 123 credits, including transfer and prior learning experience credits.
- Online curriculum: 26 credits
- Holds an Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing from a State-approved program
- Holds an active Registered Nurse license with the Virginia Board of Nursing or a Nurse Licensure Compact state or hold an active Registered Nurse license in another state and be eligible for licensure in the Commonwealth of Virginia
- Has completed all but nine (9) or less credit hours of the Core Curriculum required for the B.S.N.
- Has completed all of the nursing prerequisites or their transfer equivalencies with a grade of “C” or better
- Has at least a 2.50 G.P.A. on all nursing courses attempted
- Has not withdrawn from any two nursing courses, earned a grade of “C-“ or below in any two nursing courses, or have a combination of one nursing course grade of “C-“ or below and one withdrawal from a nursing course at any nursing program; the only exception to this policy is withdrawal from a nursing program for documented extenuating circumstances (i.e. medical withdrawal)
- Has at least a 2.80 G.P.A. on all cumulative college work attempted or on the last twenty-four (24) credit hours attempted
- Has been admitted to Radford University
Radford University is a public four-year institution located in Radford, Virginia. Radford is one of Virginia’s eight doctoral-degree granting public universities. Since its establishment in 1910, Radford has grown tremendously. Radford was originally founded as a women’s college that only offered a two-year degree in rural arts. In 1943, the college merged with neighboring Virginia Tech and was Women’s Division of the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Then, in the 1960s, Virginia Tech began to accept women to their school. This led to a separation from Virginia Tech in 1964. The institution was renamed Radford College. In 1979, Radford was renamed as a university. Today, the institution offers a comprehensive curriculum that ranges up to around undergraduate 100 fields, many graduate programs, and specialized doctorate programs in health-related professions.
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