Nursing (Degree Completion)
Open to women and men, Alverno’s RN to BSN program is personalized and flexible, providing all of the essentials: academic growth, positive cohort support and work-life balance.
In just 12 months, you can earn your bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) from one of the most respected nursing schools in Wisconsin.
Why a BSN?
At a time when more employers are requiring a BSN, this is your chance to stay one step ahead of industry demands. In fact, the Future of Nursing report published by the Institute of Medicine set a bold goal of 80% of nurses having a BSN degree by the year 2020. A BSN also paves the way for advanced degrees and future growth in your career.
- Associate degree in Nursing
- Unencumbered RN license
Convenient class schedule
The program meets just one night a week online – ensuring you’re able to balance work, family and an otherwise busy schedule. Courses last eight weeks, and you focus on one course at a time.
|RN to BSN Program|
|LA-301||Introduction to Alverno Degree Cmpletion||1|
|LA-310||Finding Meaning in Professional Practice||4|
|N-476||Professional Ldrshp Policy, Pract & Sys||4|
|LA-320||Art, Culture & Ethics||4|
|BSC-257C||Probability & Statistics for RN to BSN||4|
|N-465C||Nursing & Research||3|
|LA-330||Sustainablty& Technology in Changng Wrld||4|
|N-366||Nrsg Proc W/Individ, Family & Community||4|
|LA-340||Informed Decision-Makg/Complex Societies||4|
|N-456||Nurs Theory & Practice W/Vulnerable Pop||4|
Alverno’s outcome-oriented curriculum is known nationally and internationally for focusing on you, the student. As part of our approach to learning, students learn the essential knowledge within each course subject while also developing the actual skills needed by nurses not just of today, but also tomorrow.