RN to BSN Program

WCUI maintains the highest educational standards, and we know that’s why you’re here. Because you care about your career, your patients, and your communities. The RN to BSN Nursing program is a bachelor’s degree completion program delivered in the classroom, taught by master’s level faculty, using books written by leaders in the field, with a teaching style that is interactive and engaging. On-site tutorials and hands-on learning assist and prepare our students for a successful BSN career in nursing.


Graduates of the RN to BSN degree completion program:

  • Demonstrate leadership skills that incorporate organizational theory and healthcare trends to advance nursing care.
  • Educate future nurses and other healthcare professionals on the health needs of today’s society and how to improve and implement healthcare system changes.
  • Demonstrate critical thinking, conflict resolution, and systems analysis skills in clinical settings.
  • Critically evaluate research findings to develop an evidence-based nursing practice and to deliver high-quality and safe patient care.
  • Describe the ethical, legal, and cultural considerations of alternative therapies under the direction of physicians.
  • Be eligible for managerial positions in the full continuum of healthcare environments.
  • Acquire comprehensive skills for lifelong learning.

The RN to BSN program requires completion of 180.50 quarter credit hours. Of these, 90 quarter credit hours are awarded (transferred) from the prior associate degree in nursing, and 90.5 quarter credit hours must be completed at WCUI. Other credits from higher degrees of related study may be considered.

WCUI Student setting up an IV in the medical test lab

Why WCUI is the #1 Choice for Your BSN:

    • Interactive and engaging teaching style
    • On-site tutorials
    • Affordable – Scholarships and Financial Aid available to those who qualify
    • Flexible schedules
    • Interact with other RNs in the classroom to build your network
    • Real educators, engaged learning, real value


You are ready to advance your career, and to empower your future. Find the information you need to apply to WCUI School of Nursing below.

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Academic Calendar

Spring Term Weekend Classes Start
APR 12
Easter Holiday – No Classes
MAY 25
Memorial Day Holiday – No Classes