This program is designed for the Registered Nurse (RN) and Broward College Associate Degree Nurse (ADN) Graduate, who wants to obtain a bachelor’s degree. The RN must have a license to practice nursing in the state of Florida, and Broward College ADN Graduate must have a license to practice within 90 days of graduation. The have a minimum of 2.5 cumulative GPA in order to apply to the RN-BSN program. RN Diploma and non-regionally accredited program graduates holding a Florida registered nurse license must obtain an associate of science degree before making application to the RN-BSN Program. This one hundred twenty (123) credit hour program incorporates the AA and AS lower division coursework as the foundation of the baccalaureate program. If you are not a nurse and wish to pursue this career choice, you can apply to the Associate in Science Nursing Program housed at Broward College’s Health Science Building.
Yes, the RN-BSN program has a student advisor that is specifically designated for this program. The program requires three mandatory advisement meetings. These take place before you start the program, half way through the program, and before graduation.