All required nursing courses are delivered in 8-week increments. The student can choose the number of courses they wish to take every 8-week term. Some elective courses are not in the 8-week format.
Applicants with an RN license may apply to the RN to BSN option with:
Clinical practice experiences of at least 1,000 hours within the past three years or successful completion of an RN re-entry course approved by the Colorado State Board of Nursing.
RN’s within 3 years of graduation may apply for entry to the program without clinical practice experience.
Students must have an active, unrestricted RN license and have graduated from an accredited program.
Check website for current authorized states.
Dual Enrollment is for students who are currently enrolled in an associate degree in nursing program. After admission to an accredited associate degree in nursing program, the individual may apply to start coursework towards a bachelor’s degree in nursing while completing their associate degree in nursing. Dual Enrollment requires a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Check website for current authorized states.
All RN to BSN and Dual Enrollment Nursing/Health Sciences courses, with the exception of some Nursing/Health Sciences Electives and Public Health Clinical, are offered in an online format. Refer to the Beth-El website for information regarding technological requirements for completing online courses.
Credits granted through articulation for RNs (38 credits)