RN to BSN
The RN-BSN program is designed for the practicing registered nurse who wishes to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Credit is given for courses listed in the FOSC (Coordinating Board Field of Study Curriculum) guidelines. Up to 28 hours credit may be applicable for transfer from ADN or Diploma programs.
Students enrolling full-time in the classroom option can complete the nursing courses in two semesters meeting all day one day per week.
Curriculum: The campus-based program consists of two semesters of nursing coursework (32 credits). Junior students meet on Wednesdays in the Fall semester from 8a-5p. Senior students meet each Wednesday during the Spring semester from 8a-5p. Full-time and part-time options are available. In addition, students are required to complete 6 hours of upper-division electives, one of which must be a nursing course. Nursing electives are offered in the summer.
- Attend class only 1 day per week
- Earn your BSN degree in only 2 semesters with a total of 30 class sessions
- Cohort model – start and finish with a core group of fellow professional RN students
- 38 total credit hours of coursework (additional coursework may be required based on transfer credit)
- Expert faculty with 30-plus years of RN-BSN educational instruction
- Convenient downtown Fort Worth location
- Affordable tuition
- Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
- Graduates of UTA College of Nursing and Health Innovation programs enjoy the reputation of excellence in health care delivery among employers and nursing leaders.