RN-BSN Completion Program
Healthcare in the 21st century is more complex and challenging than ever before. Registered Nurses who pursue and earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree from Muskingum University will find they are better prepared to meet the demand for quality care, communication and critical thinking.
If you are a RN with a desire to improve your qualifications, the RN-to-BSN program is the answer.
Apply today! Download the Application and return the completed form to:
Graduate & Continuing Studies
163 Stormont St
New Concord, OH 43762
Or by fax to: 740-826-6038
To enroll in the RN-to-BSN completion program, RNs must have completed an accredited ADN or diploma nursing program and hold an Ohio active unrestricted nursing license (Minimum overall GPA of 2.5 required).
Nursing Courses (23 credit hours)
NURS 330 Transitions I Professional Practice (3)
NURS 335 Health Assessment (3)
NURS 340 Nursing Research (3)
NURS 430 Perspectives in Global Nursing and Health (3)
NURS 460 Community Health Nursing – Clinical (4) Fee of $105
NURS 470 Contemporary Issues in Nursing and Healthcare (3)
NURS 480 Nursing Leadership/Management – Clinical (4) Fee of $105
Non-nursing courses required for the major (18 credits)
BIOL 305 Human Genetics (3)
BIOL 346 Pathophysiology (3)
PHIL 305 Biomedical Ethics (3)
*PSYC 309 Adulthood and Aging (3)
SOCI 345 Sociology of the Family (3)
PSYC 232 Behavioral Statistics (3)
HLSC 304 Statistics for the Health Sciences (3)
*NOT required if a college course in Human Growth and Development has been successfully completed.
Note: This is intended as a sample showing how courses transfer into the RN/BSN program. Evaluation of each student’s transfer credit is completed on an individual basis.
All students enrolled in nursing will be held to the policies and procedures contained in the Nursing Department BSN Student Handbook as well as the University's student related policies and procedures. The BSN Student Handbook contains additional policies and procedures required of these professional students. The Nursing Department’s purpose, mission, philosophy, organizational framework, and curriculum outcomes are the same for each Nursing Program and are located on the Nursing Department home page.
For a complete listing of nursing requirements, policies and procedures please refer to the BSN Student Handbook.