BSN and BS Programs in Vermont

There are five RN to BSN or BS in nursing programs offered by colleges and universities in Vermont. With a mix of online, on campus, part-time and full-time courses. There are many options for you to continue your nursing education.

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Program Description Online, campus, or both? Part Time or Full Time or both?

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The flexible program assures that each candidate will be considered individually as a transfer student and must meet the Castleton University BS requirements before graduation, including the general education requirements and the total minimum degree requirements of 122.

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part-time50.pngThe RN-BS track is offered on a part-time basis only with a three year plan of study.

Southern Vermont College
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Courses are offered in the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. Students may complete the program in 4 semesters but may choose to take as long as five years from matriculation into the program.

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part-time50.pngfull-time50.pngThe RN-BSN track may be completed on a part-time or full-time basis. Low-residency courses combine the advantages of online learning with the opportunity for face-to-face interaction on the 1st Thursday of each month.

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UVM's online courses are designed for working adults and offer support for non-computer savvy. Accepted students are granted 34 nursing credits for having passed the NCLEX-RN and holding an active RN license. Additionally, you can transfer non-nursing credits from previously completed courses from other colleges.

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part-time50.pngUVM's RN-BS program is designed to be completed on a part-time basis over three years, depending on prior education and number of non-nursing credits completed previously.

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Total credits for online BSN Degree is 47 (15 general education and 35 nursing). The BSN program includes 675 hours of theory and 225 hours of precepted time that can be completed in the student's community or work setting.

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part-time50.pngfull-time50.pngThe RN to BSN program must be completed within six (6) consecutive years from the date of enrollment to the date of completion.

Norwich University Pre-licensure program only for BS in Nursing.  building-blue50.png  full-time50.png
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