BSN - RN-BSN (Registered Nurse Seeking Bachelor of Science in Nursing)
The RN-BSN program in nursing is a five semester program leading to a Bachelor of Science degree. Nursing is an independent professional discipline requiring critical inquiry and discriminating judgment to assist individuals, families and communities to attain and maintain health. Qualified students are further prepared as professional nurses and receive a foundation for graduate study in nursing.
The number of students admitted to the RN-BSN nursing program is determined by available resources. Available resources may also limit possibilities for readmission to the program for those students who withdraw for any reason.
RN licensure or Dual Enrollment status is required for admission into the program.
RN-BSN Major: Information for applying to the RN-BSN program and application procedures are obtained on the School of Nursing website year round.
The UNC RN-BSN program is brought to students through UNC Extended Campus. Visit their website for additional details about tuition, course descriptions, eligibility, and admission requirements.
Dual Enrollment: Students may take the RN-BSN courses (using an alternate course sequencing) while concurrently enrolled in an affiliated Colorado Community College. The nursing articulation for dually enrolled students will be applied at the completion of the Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree.
The UNC Dual Enrollment program is brought to students through UNC Extended Campus. Visit their website for additional details about tuition, course descriptions, eligibility, and admission requirements.
For more information, please reach out to Emily Perkins, Undergraduate Clinical Compliance and Program Management Specialist, at Emily.Perkins@unco.edu or 970-351-2295.