The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program (RN to BSN Program) provides registered nurses who have an associate’s degree in nursing or diploma in nursing with the opportunity to advance in their educational and career goals. Through this program, students build upon the foundational skills attained in previous nursing courses and experiences. Upper-division coursework in the RN to BSN Program at Polk State College places emphasis on nursing leadership and professional development in order to transform registered nurses into leaders prepared to provide excellent, evidence-based care for diverse populations.
The RN to BSN curriculum provides a flexible format that minimizes the prerequisites needed for students to progress. Students are not required to complete all lower-division courses before enrolling in upper-division courses and most upper-division courses may be taken in a non-sequential format. Admission requires that an individual have an active, unrestricted license as a Registered Nurse.
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