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RN to BSN 

Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree

Program Overview

ASA College’s proposed Bachelor of Science program in RN to BSN is intended for students wanting to advance their careers within the nursing profession. There are many opportunities for nurses with experience and a BSN degree. Traditionally a field that provided a constant number of nursing career opportunities, health care is now growing at an unprecedented rate. Driven by technological developments, rapid advancements in disease prevention and health promotion, increased public awareness of health concerns, and a booming, aging population, this field offers you a wide variety of job openings, ranging from traditional but expanded patient care to health care administration

The RN to BSN is based upon a learner-centered instructional approach and builds upon your prior learning. The program reduces unnecessary repetition to minimize your investment of time and money. It is designed expressly for associate degree RNs who want to further their educational growth and development. The RN to BSN if fully online and taught through the Blackboard Learning Management System (LMS). This makes the program uniquely flexible to practicing Registered Nurses with full-time employment commitments.

Currently, ASA College accepts successful performance on applicable subjects on CLEP or DANTE exams for transfer credits. This transfer credit policy for traditional/residential programs at ASA College will also be applicable to programs offered in this modality. We will accept a total of 90 credits – 60 credits for courses completed at the associate level with specific required courses in general education/arts and sciences and nursing prerequisites from a regionally accredited college with a grade of C or greater and 30 credits for a valid RN license. (Acceptable courses in the general education/ liberal arts and nursing prerequisites are listed in the course breakdown section below). ASA College does not accept transfer credits for any other types of exams.


Program Goals

In addition to the Institutional learning goals published in the ASA College Catalog for all ASA programs, graduates of the RN to BSN Program should be able to:

  • Manage the care of patients across the lifespan where dignity, spirituality, cultural context and rights of the individual, family and community are respected
  • Promote nursing’s obligation to legal, ethical and moral standards in context with changes in health care, health care policy, regulation and financing
  • Engage in the scholarship of evidence-based practice and research to support high quality health outcomes and safe nursing care
  • Promote prevention and population health based on understanding determinants of health and disease prevention


A graduate of ASA’s RN to BSN program will acquire the requisite knowledge and skills to assume a variety of leadership roles in the nursing field that includes but is not limited to:

  • Nurse Educator Roles
  • Unit Coordinator Roles
  • Nurse Managers
  • House Supervisors
  • Director of Nursing Roles
  • Case Management Roles

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