RN to BS in Nursing Program
Designed for the busy working nurse looking to advance their career
The Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing RN degree completion program is designed with you-- the busy RN who is working toward a bachelor's degree-in mind! We offer an accelerated and flexible fully online program built just for you with options of 7- or 14-week courses.
Molloy University makes it possible for you to complete your 120-credit bachelor's degree at an affordable cost of $550 per credit.
*Cannot be combined with any Molloy partnership discount or institutional aid. All classes must be taken online.
Benefits of the RN to BS Program:
- The program emphasizes population health, public health and world health issues.
- Faculty are experts in their field and provide a curriculum that builds on your experience, to enhance your knowledge and skills, and prepares you as a leader in an ever-changing health care system
- Many graduates from the B.S. degree program will continue on in our graduate nursing programs and will obtain advanced nursing roles at their place of work.
Required Nursing Courses:
|NUR 2490||Humanistic Nursing Concepts for Professional Practice|
|ENV 1010||Introduction to Environmental Issues|
|NUR 3500||Health Assessment in the Community|
|NUR 3510||Integrative Nursing Practice|
|NUR 3520||Culture of Health in Chronic Illness|
|NUR 3530||Public Health Issues in World Health|
|NUR 3890||Nursing Research|
|NUR 4960||Leadership Management|
Nursing credits = 24
Residency credits = 30
Total credits = 120
The remaining credits will permit you to pursue a minor in an area complementary to nursing.
RN Completion Program - ONLINE
|1st Half||2nd Half||1st Half||2nd Half|
|Nur 2490||Nur 3510||Nur 3530||Nur 4960|
|Nur 3500||Nur 3520||Nur 3890|
*Students typically transfer 34 nursing credits from the Associate Degree program. This plan of study assumes the student has completed all their gen-ed and required 60 LAS credits. It permits completion of the nursing portion in 2 semesters. It is offered in a cohort model beginning in the fall semester.