RN -BSN Frequently Asked Questions
The BSN Program is right for students that are registered nurses from associate degree or diploma nursing programs who wish to pursue a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
Yes, each RN-BSN nursing course requires some face-to-face classroom attendance, though the amount varies from course to course. Generally, there are no more than two required face-to-face class sessions per course, but that is subject to change.
The RN-BSN Program utilizes a variety of state-of-the-art facilities across the region for clinical experiences. You may be required to travel to different health care offices and agencies, or to other schools in order to complete your clinical experiences.
Tuition and fees for this program are similar to those of other UNG programs. Additionally, students in the RN-BSN Program are required to pay all costs associated with the required travel, textbooks, equipment, and testing necessary to complete the program.
No, you must be unconditionally admitted to UNG in order to apply to the RN-BSN program. Be sure to allow enough time to complete both application processes.
If you were accepted to UNG for a specific semester, be sure to notify the Office of the Registrar if you cannot attend as planned. If you don’t attend during the semester for which you were accepted and don’t notify the Registrar, your admission will be cancelled.
You must have completed an associate degree or diploma program, but you do not have to have completed the NCLEX before applying to the program.
RN licensure is required by November 1 of the fall semester that you enter the program in order to be able to proceed to the next semester.
No, core courses can be taken along with required RN-BSN nursing courses, or they may be taken following completion of the nursing course work. The four-year time frame to complete the entire RN-BSN curriculum begins when you take the first nursing course.