BSN Completion Entry Option

Call today to apply 336-334-7750 or Apply online

Description of the BSN Completion Entry Option BSN Completion Fact Sheet          

North Carolina A&T School of Nursing’s RN-BSN, located in Greensboro, NC is called the BSN Completion Entry Option (BSNC).  The BSNC was planned specifically for the registered nurse (RN) whose career goals will be enhanced through additional study. The BSNC is tailored for RNs that have an associate’s degree in nursing (ADN) and wish to advance their career by getting a bachelor's degree. The entry option is designed to facilitate either part-time or full-time study.  Students may choose from face to face classes or online classes.                                                                                                                    

Entry Option Overview

The nursing curriculum builds on the knowledge gained in the student’s previous degree. We believe that the baccalaureate degree introduces practicing nurses to new ideas and approaches essential to nursing in the 21st century. Unlike most programs in North Carolina, our curriculum incorporates nursing ethics, informatics, interpersonal collaborative practice and global health.

BSN Completion Curriculum Guide Full Time                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                BSN Completion Curriculum Guide Part Time

  • Forty five (45) proficiency credits are granted for current nursing knowledge and current North Carolina RN license
  • Three courses (general education or prerequisite) may be taken after enrollment
  • 11 required nursing courses
  • Only 31 credits for BSNC
  • 12 months of full time study
  • Admissions three time per year (August, January and May)

Minimal BSN Completion Admission Criteria AAS Degree

  • Monthly information session
  • Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree from an accredited community college
  • GPA must meet current University requirements
  • Currently licensed as a registered nurse (RN) and eligible for licensure in North Carolina or compact license which includes North Carolina prior to enrollment
  • All pre-requisite courses with a grade of “C” or better
  • Negative Criminal Background Check
  • Negative Drug Screening

Start here request your unofficial transcript evaluation today! 

Call today to apply 336-334-7750 or Apply online