California State University Fullerton offers an RN-BSN program that fits the needs of today’s nurse. Students can complete coursework online or on campus and progress at their own pace, taking as little as one year (two semesters) to graduate. You will graduate will the skills, knowledge and experience to meet the highly complex needs of a changing health care environment. Together we can achieve your objective of being a professional nurse with a BSN.
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Transfer Credits: Applicants must have completed a nursing degree from an institution accredited by the California Board of Registered Nursing (BRN). Please note that California State University, Fullerton, can only accept credits from regionally accredited institutions and cannot accept credits from nationally accredited institutions.
If you received your nursing license from a nationally accredited institution that is NOT also regionally accredited, you will still need to complete 60 semester/90 quarter units, along with the required (transferable) prerequisites.
To verify the accreditation of a degree, please visit the institution’s website and search for the institution’s accreditation page. Regionally accrediting organizations include: MSCHE, NEASC, NCAHLC, NWCCU, SACS and WSCUC.
BHMT will pay a program maximum of $16,500 on your behalf for the BHMT RN to BSN program. All available KP tuition reimbursement funds will be paid to BHMT to partially cover the RN to BSN program cost.
Residents of California may be responsible for the Student Tuition Recovery Fund (STRF) if this charge exceeds the lifetime $16,500 tuition cap. The STRF is a fund administered by the California Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education that relieves or mitigates economic loss suffered by a student while enrolled in a qualifying institution. The STRF assessment rate is two dollars and fifty cents ($2.50) per one thousand dollars ($1,000) of institutional charges.
It is your responsibility to confirm that courses/programs completed with BHMT resources meet your academic and career objectives and transfer into your desired school/program.
Prospective applicant must complete 60/90 quarter transferable units from a regionally accredited institution. A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution is also acceptable. In addition, applicants must complete 8 required prerequisite coursework prior to starting the RN-BSN program.