The RN-BSN curriculum is web-enhanced for registered nurses licensed to practice nursing. Nursing courses are offered via computer to facilitate distance learning. Although courses are available via computer, several opportunities to visit the campus are available. They include, but are not limited to initial orientation, continuing education programs, the University's Founder's Day, Nursing Pinning Ceremony, Honor's Convocation and Graduation. All students must successfully complete the General Education Curriculum (GEC) prior to enrollment in the nursing bridge course, Nursing 4520. Students in the RN-BSN Curriculum matriculate for one year in the upper division.
First year students are required to take a placement examination in the desired foreign language. Students who place into Level I in their studied foreign language must complete Levels I, II, and III. Students who place into level II must complete levels II and III. Students who place into level III must complete the level III course. A student who places beyond Level III will have met the language requirement for the University abs no further course work is required. Community Service Requirement: 15 Clock Hours per Semester - No Exceptions.