RN to Bachelor of Science in NursingProgram Coordinator
Nicole Masano, MSN, RN, CNE
All Classes Offered OnlineThe RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is for nurses who want something more. This program is for those who already have their license to practice as a registered nurse. Whether the nurse wants to progress in a current work environment, move to a different career opportunity, or prepare a foundation required to enter graduate study in a specialty area of nursing, the program will help them achieve their dreams.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- RN to BSN
Why Nursing at Coastal Georgia?The RN to BSN completion program is taught by highly qualified and dedicated CCGA faculty who will work with the registered nurse to meet their personal career goals which require a baccalaureate degree as well as the challenges in today’s complex health care environment. The curriculum offers additional opportunity for hands-on practical experience while providing the graduate with the requirements and expertise necessary to enter a master’s program of study in the field of nursing. Courses are offered in an online format. The highly affordable tuition, challenging curriculum and personal attention you’ll receive make the Coastal Georgia BSN an easy choice for working professionals.
- The RN to BSN Program can be taken in 3, 6 and 9 semester completion options.
- All nursing classes are taught online.
Admission Requirements RN to BSN
- Graduated from an accredited Associate of Science Degree in Nursing or a Diploma in Nursing program
- Completion of general education core requirements
- Fulfilled the Georgia RN-BSN articulation requirements
- Licensed as an RN in Georgia- copy of license to be submitted with application
- Transfer students must be accepted to CCGA before applying to the BSN program
- Submit an application for the RN to BSN program with official transcripts
- Maintain a GPA of 2.0 in the required academic program courses
ApplyBachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
RN to BSN Worksheet
For more information
Karen Culwell, BSN
Nursing Program Assistant
Dr. Patricia Kraft
Southeast Georgia Health System
Distinguished Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences