Earn an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing in as little as 36 months

You can become a Registered Nurse (R.N.) without a bachelor’s degree, but the job market tells us that BSN-trained nurses have broader, higher-paying career opportunities. The extra step is well worth it, and employers are looking.

Convenient schedules for working adults

The BSN program is offered in a hybrid format, with the majority of courses offered online.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree is CCNE Accredited.

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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Provo College is accredited by the Commissions on Collegiate Nursing Education, 655 K Street NW, Washington, DC 20001, (202) 887-6791. More at www.ccneaccreditation.org.



The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program prepares graduates to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensure examination and practice as a registered nurse. Employment settings include long-term care, acute care, complex and critical care, school nursing, home health and community health nursing. Graduates are prepared for leadership and quality improvement positions.

Nursing graduates are trained in:

  • Patient care
  • Nursing fundamentals
  • Pharmacology
  • Therapeutic treatment interventions
  • Medical/surgical and nursing
  • Leadership
  • Mental health nursing
  • Mother/baby and pediatric nursing
  • Licensure examination preparation

Average program length:

  • Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing – 120 semester hours

BSN Curriculum Course Schedule

Semester
1
Semester
2
Semester
3
Semester
4
Semester
5
Semester
6
Semester
7
Semester
8
Semester
9
BIO210
4 credits
BIO220
4 credits
NUR131
5 credits
NUR145
6 credits
NUR245
6 credits
NUR276
6 credits
NUR286
4 credits
NUR345
6 credits
NUR351
4 credits
MAT120
3 credits
NUR125
3 credits
Session 1
NUR165
3 credits
NUR265
3 credit
MAT250
3 credits
Session 1
NUR312
3 credits
Session 1
NUR320
3 credits
Session 1
NUR330
3 credits
Session 1
NUR334
3 credits
Session 1
ENG152
3 credits
Session 1
PSY310
3 credits
Session 1
BIO251
3 credits
Session 1
SOC250
3 credits
Session 1
ENG320
3 credits
Session 2
PHI250
3 credits
Session 2
NUR324
3 credits
Session 2
NUR344
3 credits
Session 2
NUR340
3 credits
Session 2
PSY151
3 credits
Session 2
CHM110
3 credits
Session 2
BIO260
3 credits
Session 1
NUR310
3 credits
Session 2
NUR322
3 credits
Session 2
NUR332
3 credits
Session 2
NUR342
3 credits
Session 2
13 credits 13 credits 14 credits 15 credits 12 credits 15 credits 13 credits 12 credits 13 credits
Online Courses

All other courses on campus in Provo and Salt Lake City

Our strong transfer credit policy can help many adult learners graduate faster and at a lower overall cost.

Courses Approved for Transfer*

*This is a partial list of approved courses. Please contact Provo College with questions at (801) 818-8901.

Schools
Code Course Name UVU BYU Weber SLCC Dixie Snow
BIO210** Anatomy & Physiology I ZOOL2320 & ZOOL2325 HTHS1110 BIOL2320 & BIOL2325 BIOL2320 & BIOL2325 BIOL2320 & BIOL2325
BIO220** Anatomy & Physiology II ZOOL2420 & ZOOL2425 HTHS1111 BIOL2420 & BIOL2425 BIOL2420 & BIOL2425 BIOL2420 & BIOL2425
BIO251 Microbiology MICR2060 MMBIO151 MICR1113 BIOL2060 BIOL2060 BIOL2060
BIO260 Pathophysiology ZOOL4400 PDBIO365 HTHS2230 NURS1130 BIOL4400
CHM110 Introduction to Chemistry CHEM1110 CHEM101 CHEM1010 CHEM1110 CHEM1010 CHEM1110
ENG152 Written Communications ENGL1010 ENGL115 ENGL1010 ENGL1010 ENGL1010 ENGL1010
ENG320 Written Communications II ENGL2010 or ENGL2020 ENG316 ENGL2010 or ENGL2020 ENGL2100 ENGL2010 ENGL2010
MAT120 Algebra I MATH1010 MATH110 MATH1010 MATH1010 MATH1010 MATH1010
MAT250 Statistics MATH1040 STAT105 MATH1040 MATH1040 MATH1040 MATH1040
NUR310 Nutrition NUTR1020 NDFS100 HLTH1020 NFS1020 HFST1020
PHI250 Ethics PHIL2050 PHIL213 PHIL3600 PHIL2050
PSY151 General Psychology PSY1010 PSYCH111 PSY1010 PSY1010 PSY1010 PSY1010
PSY310 Human Growth & Development PSY1100 PSYCH220 CHF1500 PSY1100 PSY1100 HFST1500
SOC250 Introduction to Sociology SOC1010 SOC111 SOC1010 SOC1010 SOC1010 SOC1010

**Students must have 8 credits of Anatomy & Physiology in order for transfer credit to be approved for BIO210 & BIO220

Final approval of transfer credits is awarded by the Academic Dean upon reciept and review of Official Transcripts

The purpose of this sheet is to be used only as a tool and does not guarantee credits will be approved

The above information can change at any time