The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is a limited-access program open to currently licensed registered nurses who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Nursing (ADN). With the degree, graduates will be prepared for leadership and other higher-level positions in professional nursing practice. The BSN also provides individuals with an academic pathway into master’s and doctoral nursing programs.
This is a limited-access and limited enrollment program. See all Healthcare Program requirements.
See if you qualify for the $10K BSN degree at TCC.
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Overview / Requirements
Program Overview & Requirements
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is a limited-access program open to currently licensed registered nurses who have completed an Associate in Science degree in Nursing (ADN). Courses are offered online, allowing students to move through the program at a comfortable guided pace. Candidates must receive their BSN within four years of beginning the Nursing core courses. Graduates will be prepared for leadership and other higher-level positions in professional nursing practice. The BSN also provides individuals with an academic pathway into master’s and doctoral nursing programs.
Tallahassee Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate and baccalaureate degrees.
The College will pursue accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing for the BSN program.
72 credit hours (A.S. in Nursing) + 48 credit hours (BSN) = 120 total credit hours
- Be at least 18 years of age and meet all admission requirements of the College
- Have earned a standard high school diploma from an approved high school or have earned a GED diploma
- Submit a TCC application and supplemental program application
- Be a graduate of a nationally accredited registered nurse program (associate degree or diploma program) from a regionally accredited institution
- Possess a current, valid, unrestricted, unencumbered R.N. license in the state(s) the student will reside in while completing any portion of the coursework
- Have a minimum of 2.0 cumulative GPA from a regionally accredited college or university
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- NUR3065 Health Assessment 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR3125 Pathophysiology 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR3273 Health Promotion 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR3655 Cultural Issues in Nursing 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR4827 Leadership/Management in Nursing 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR3805 Professional Issues 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR4169 Nursing Research/Evidence-based Practice 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR4684 Population-based Nursing 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR4870 Nursing Informatics 3 credit hour(s)
- NUR4950 Capstone Course 3 credit hour(s)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing, B.S.N.
- Registered Nurse
- Public Health Nurse
- Staff Nurse/Head Nurse
Know Before You Go
- This program is limited access, and begins each fall and spring. Check all healthcare program requirements.
- Submit a TCC admission application and a healthcare program application by the deadline!
Be sure you have already obtained a RN from an accredited college and nursing program
- Make an appointment to meet with an advisor & Apply to Program by Deadline (When you have completed 21 hours of the core courses, all with NUR prefixes)
- Check on the Course Requirements
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