Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing
A combination of an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN), course work, and courses taken as part of GW’s University General Education Requirement allows currently licensed registered nurses (RN) with an associate’s degree to complete a bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) over three semesters and one summer session. Students attend part time, which allows them to continue working as professional nurses. The BSN curriculum is completed through online learning. Upon completion of the program some credits earned may be applied toward a GW master of science in nursing degree.
Visit the Visit the RN to BSN website for additional information.
Guaranteed Admissions Agreements
GW School of Nursing is pleased to provide guaranteed admission to students who have earned an associate’s degree with a minimum grade-point average of 3.0 from accredited nursing programs at community colleges in the Virginia Community College System, Montgomery College, and Carroll Community College who meet GW’s academic requirements.
Visit the RN to BSN website for additional information.
|NURS 4119||Patient Safety and Health Care Quality|
|NURS 4121||Nursing Advancement Portfolio *|
|NURS 4417||Community and Public Health Nursing|
|NURS 6202||Concepts in Population Health|
|NURS 6203||Nursing Leadership|
|NURS 6205||Health Policy, Quality, and Political Process|
|NURS 6207||Evidence-Based Practice for Health Care Researchers|
|One course from the following:|
|NURS 6204||Health Information and Technology|
|NURS 6233||Genetics for Health Care Providers|
|NURS 6262||Leadership Coaching in Nursing|
|NURS 6274||Health Economics and Finance|
|NURS 6290||Global Health for Health Care Professionals|
* Depending on the results of the portfolio review in NURS 4121 Nursing Advancement Portfolio, students may be eligible for an additional 15 credits in advanced standing.