RN-BSN Program Description
Clarion's NLNAC-accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) Program is an on-line program. The program is intended to build upon the background and knowledge of registered nurses and to afford them the opportunity to continue their education at a professional level. The program's primary goals are the provision of educational experiences designed to promote scientific inquiry, creative thinking, critical judgment, and personal development.
Clarion University's RN-BSN program integrates liberal arts with career education at the RN level, establishing the basis for a variety of BSN learning activities that focus on professional nursing practice. In addition, the RN-BSN program at Clarion University provides a foundation for graduate education at the master's and doctoral levels. Clarion University accepts transfer credits from other accredited colleges and universities.
Curriculum: Full-time curriculum plan for the RN-BSN program.
Technical Requirements: Online Nursing Program: This document directs the student to system requirements for the on-line learner.
CLEP and CLEF: This document explains how to obtain credit through credit for life experience testing for general education courses and requesting credit for life experience procedure for nursing courses.
RN-BSN Handbook All current students are required to review the handbook.
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For questions regarding University Admissions and Financial Aid, please contact Theresa Nestor at (814) 393-1211.
For specific questions about this program, contact Patti Shontz at (814) 393-1251.