Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN Completion Program)
As a nurse, you advocate for patients. Now, advocate for yourself with a bachelor’s degree in nursing (BSN) from Lakeland University.
Nurses with an associate degree can transfer up to 90 credits to Lakeland University. Unlike some other programs, Lakeland will accept up to 90 credits of coursework taken through Wisconsin Technical Colleges. RNs with coursework from accredited four-year colleges will be able to transfer credits as well, cutting down the time to finish a bachelor’s degree.
If you are enrolled in an associate degree nursing program and wish to get a jump start on your BSN, contact us to hear about our tuition-free course and 10% tuition discount offer. For nurses who earned an associate degree in nursing within the last three terms, you remain eligible for the tuition-free course and a minimum of 10% tuition discount.
Lakeland University’s bachelor of science in nursing (BSN) degree is offered to licensed registered nurses who have an associate degree in nursing. You can complete your degree at your own pace: 100% online, at one of our seven Wisconsin-based centers, or through BlendEd®, allowing you to maintain a healthy school/life/family balance because you can take classes when they are convenient for you.
Students who are ADN-level nurses can complete the BSN entirely online through Lakeland’s flexible delivery formats, allowing you to maintain a healthy school/life/family balance because you can take classes when they are convenient for you.
Lakeland’s program features curriculum geared toward career advancement and positions nurses for supervisory and other leadership roles. By successfully completing the Lakeland BSN degree, you may be:
- Entitled to a wage increase
- Eligible for more convenient work hours
- Qualified for leadership positions
- Selected to work in specialized areas like:
- intensive care units
- birthing centers
- emergency departments
- operating rooms
- public health
- school nursing
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://ccneaccreditation.org/).