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University of Phoenix

Degrees RN to BSN
University of Phoenix

 

Program Overview

The University of Phoenix RN to BSN is a post-licensure program that allows you to sharpen your nursing skills and develop your professional knowledge without putting your career on hold. The program allows you to take just one 5-week course at a time, so you can balance life and work while you work toward your degree. Because our faculty members have both real-world and academic experience, you can use what you learn in class the very next day at work.

Program Highlights

 

Delivery type:

  • Local campus & online

States:

  • CA, HI, OR, WA and Portland area, CO, MD, VA, DC.

Length of Program:

  • 14 months

Units Needed:

  • Units for Nursing Program — 33 nursing course hours.
  • Units required for BSN — 120 credits.

— Students must earn 33 credits at the University of Phoenix from the Course of Study, General Education and Electives.

Program Details:

The Fine Print

 

Transfer Credits:

  • Students can transfer a maximum of 87 credits (*ADNs can transfer in 87 credits; RNs without an ADN can transfer 40 credits).

 

Cost:

  • $5,250 per calendar year

 

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.

BHMT Program Requirements
6 Month Check-in
  • Meet with your BHMT Academic Success Coach twice a year to discuss your academic experience, and to explore the support resources BHMT has to offer.
Successful Course Completion
  • For continued success in BHMT programs you need to receive a passing grade of C or better for each course you complete. This ensures you comply with the BHMT Academic Suspension policy you agreed to as part of the BHMT Student Agreement. For more information about the suspension process, refer to the BHMT Student Agreement.
BHMT Student Agreement
  • This program and participation is governed by the terms of the BHMT Student Agreement. Please take a few moments to familiarize yourself with the student agreement; by registering and participating in this program you are agreeing to comply with it.
Prerequisites

 

  • BHMT Required Courses: Before applying to the RN to BSN program you must demonstrate that you have successfully completed the following courses:
    • Anatomy with Lab
    • Physiology with Lab
    • Microbiology with Lab
    • Psychology
    • Statistics
    • Critical Thinking
    • English Composition

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.

 

  • University of Phoenix Prerequisites: University of Phoenix Bachelor level degree programs all require a Communication Arts and Mathematics Prerequisite. These can be completed with English and Math courses available through the foundation courses at CTU. (If you are officially matriculated and can be verified with official transcripts that you are eligible for our Block Transfer Policy, then you will not need additional general education units. Please discuss this with your Enrollment Representative.)
    • English 101 Composition and Critical Thinking
    • English 103 Composition: Writing and Research
    • Math 109 Introduction to Algebra
    • Math 112 Analytic College Algebra
    • Math 203 Applications of Discrete Mathematics
    • Math 301 Data Driven Statistics