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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
The online RN to BSN degree completion program from Webster University is designed for the registered nurse who wishes to advance his or her knowledge in nursing, the sciences, and the liberal arts. The curriculum focuses on holistic health promotion for the individual student, the profession, the individual client, the family, groups, and the community. There is a strong emphasis on the nurse's professional development, the needs of the profession, and the generalist, accountable nursing role that is needed and expected by today's health care consumer.
Degree completion requires a minimum of 128 credits, including transfer and major requirements. RN-BSN students are required to take at least 30 credit hours at Webster University.
Provide proof of current unencumbered U.S. registered nurse license or be eligible for licensure as an RN and have a scheduled NCLEX exam within three months or beginning the program
Transcripts from nursing schools and all colleges from which academic credit has been granted
Demonstrate a GPA of 2.5 on 4.0 scale in previous scholastic work
Successfully and satisfactorily complete a drug screen and criminal background check, plus submit other required documents
Accreditation & Licensing
Higher Learning Commission
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
Nurses with current licensure (or eligibility for licensure) as a registered nurse in the states of Arkansas, Kentucky, Missouri or South Carolina are eligible to apply. Missouri is also a member of the Nurse Licensure Compact.
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