We are excited to announce that Bay State College is now offering an RN to BSN program.
The Bay State College RN to BSN program is open to students who possess a valid, unencumbered RN license with a preferred 2.7 GPA. This program was designed to allow individuals to further their education while maximizing the use of their previously earned credits and work experience.
Increasingly, nurses are expected to advance their education to meet current health care reform initiatives and strengthen the nursing workforce. We invite you to take your journey with us.
Specifically designed for registered nurses who are currently licensed, the program is a hybrid, meaning that students meet on campus and online to complete coursework. What does this mean? You will set your own pace to complete the degree, allowing you to successfully manage your studies, careers and personal life. If pursued full-time, the RN to BSN can be completed in 20 months or less.
Bay State College Associate Degree Nursing graduates who have obtained their RN license are guaranteed admission into the program.
To find out more information, please contact Admissions at 617-217-9186.
How many courses should I take per semester?
Bay State College recommends that each student enroll in two courses per term. This means that a student would complete two courses every 8 weeks.