Designed with the working professional in mind, and easily accessible to current ASN students, the ACEN-accredited 34-hour RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree completion program on SBU's Springfield campus allows you to pursue a baccalaureate degree while advancing your skills as a professional nurse.
This nationwide program offers a flexible course sequence option, including a fully online eight-week block schedule with one block of experiential service learning activities that can be completed where you live. No onsite visits are required. Faculty are dedicated to helping you realize your professional goals while also balancing work and personal demands.
If you are a current ASN student at Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences of SBU, you have the option to accelerate your degree by taking up to two BSN courses per semester while concurrently enrolled in the ASN program. This flexibility is just one reason we are confident we offer one of the best BSN degree programs available. We encourage our students to achieve more, while creating attainable resources to help make that happen.
Visit the SBU-Springfield Campus page to learn more about the campus, cost, scholarships and financial aid, and more.
I was challenged and learned something new with every one of my patient experiences and was given so many learning opportunities! The staff not only went above and beyond to assist students in their learning and understanding, but also taught me the compassion and care I now use with my patients every day!
To be admitted to the SBU Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) Completion program, please complete the following steps:
Southwest Baptist University maintains a current database of course transfer equivalencies from hundreds of accredited colleges and universities. Students are welcome to search for and find course equivalents for pre-requisite courses and program requirements within the Mercy College of Nursing and Health Sciences degree programs.
Anatomy & Physiology I
Anatomy & Physiology II
Human Growth & Development
Chemistry for Allied Health
Charlie Hungerford, M.A.
Director of Admissions
Brittney Hendrickson, MSN, RN
RN-BSN Program Chair, Instructor
|BIB 1013||Old Testament History||3|
|CIS 1103||Computer and Information Management||3|
|ENG 2213||English Composition II||3|
|HIS 2213/2223||U.S. History I or II||3|
|FAR 10_3||Intro. to Art, Fine Arts, Music or Theatre||3|
|BIB 1023||New Testament History||3|
|MAT 1143||College Algebra||3|
|COM 2393||Interpersonal Communications||3|
|POL 1113||American Government and Politics||3|
|ECO 2003||LIFE Economics||3|
|KIN 1162||Foundations of Physical Fitness/Wellness||2|
|PSY 3243||Elementary Statistics||3|
|NUR 3453||Spirituality in Health Care||3|
|NUR 3203||Transition to BSN Role||6|
|NUR 3383||Gerontological Nursing||3|
|NUR 4013||Health Care in Culturally Diverse Populations||3|
|NUR 3373||Professional Health Care Practice||3|
|NUR 3563||Health Care Informatics||3|
|NUR 4434||Administration and Leadership||4|
|NUR 3303||Health Assessment||3|
|NUR 4343||Research and Evidence Based Practice||3|
|NUR 4404||Community Health||4|
Thirty hours of lower division credit will be awarded toward the major requirements
for students from an accredited Associate of Science in Nursing, Associate of Applied
Science in Nursing, or diploma program.
This is a proposed guideline. Please check the catalog and see your advisor for your final degree requirements.
Southwest Baptist University reserves the right to make changes to degree plans without advanced notice or obligation.
The student is responsible for understanding and completing all general education, degree, departmental and graduation requirements.
Download in PDF format:
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Plan