For Registered Nurses
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN-BSN progression track curriculum is a great fit for registered nurses (R.N.) who have graduated from an associate or diploma program and are looking to advance their professional nursing education and practice. It is specifically designed to accommodate the needs and schedules of working the R.N.s. Courses are offered in a hybrid format with 3 to 4 face-to-face meetings per semester, per course. The remainder of the discussion and interaction occurs online.
The RN-BSN progression track is available in two locations:
R.N.s interested in applying for admission to the RN-BSN progression track must:
- Have achieved a minimum B (3.0) cumulative grade point average (on a four-point scale) on all prior post-high school course work
- Hold a current Registered Nurse license
For more information view the RN-BSN student handbook.
- Apply to WMU and declare "RN-BSN" as intended major
- Request that "official transcripts" from any and all post-high school education institutions attended be sent to the WMU Office of Undergraduate Admissions
- Send a copy of current Registered Nurse license to the WMU Office of Undergraduate Admissions
- Request an appointment with an RN-BSN academic advisor by contacting email@example.com or (269) 387-8150.
- Academic credit from associate degree or diploma programs will be awarded credit on a course-by-course basis in accordance with WMU policies for prior general education, science, and electives. 29 hours of credit for prior nursing study and clinical experience will be held in escrow until the first nursing course in the RN-BSN progression track of study has been completed with a grade of C (2.0) or above.
If accepted you will follow the RN-BSN progression track.