The RN-to-BSN track is for licensed RN’s who graduated with a diploma or Associate’s degree in nursing from an ACEN accredited institution (Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing Education, Inc., formerly NLNAC). The curriculum is based on national nursing standards and evidence-based practice, is endorsed by the American Holistic Nurses Association, and accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE). The Christine E. Lynn College of Nursing is nationally and internationally recognized for its excellence in Nursing education in caring science.
Students enrolled in FAU’s RN-BSN track will develop the skills to transform complex healthcare systems through caring leadership that facilitates intra and interprofessional collaboration to achieve quality outcomes. RN-BSN graduates are eligible to pursue certification in Holistic Nursing as well as prepared to pursue graduate education in Nursing (masters and doctoral).
The RN-BSN track is 32 credit hours, offered online and has inexpensive in-state tuition rates.
Professional Development 1: Legal and Ethical Perspectives of Caring
Professional Development 2: Designer of Caring Environments
Foundations of Caring in Nursing Situations
Populations Health: Nursing Situations
Health Assessment in Nursing Situations
Health Assessment in Nursing Situations Lab
Evidence-Based Practice in Nursing
Professional Development 3: Leader/Coordinator of Caring Environments
Professional Development 4: Member of a Caring Profession
Evidence-Based Nursing Practice Capstone
Creating Healing Environments
Nursing Practice Immersion
Note: *NUR 4945L is sequential with NUR 4945. **NUR 4829L is practicum and requires 180 clinical hours
Community Health Nurse
Emergency Room Nurse
Tranferring from Broward College?
Here’s a easy to follow flight plan for the Broward student who plans to transfer to a Florida public university as a junior:
* cost per credit and total cost are calculated using tuition per credit and associated fees for the current academic year. It does not include course materials, textbook expenses, and other potential expenses related to individual courses.
See academic calendar for our quarter term schedule.