Why choose Thomas More University for your RN-to-BSN degree?
Student Erica Gunther talks about her experience with the Thomas More nursing program
In the 30-credit nursing curriculum, you’ll take the following courses:
- Community Health Issues in Nursing
- Community Health Issues Practicum
- Health Care Policy and Issues
- Health Informatics
- Leadership and Management in Nursing
- Leadership and Management Practicum
- Nursing Research
- Theory Perspectives in Nursing
See complete advising sheet for details.
Students wishing to enter the RN to BSN program must adhere to all admissions procedures and standards set forth in the catalog, in addition to meeting the criteria below:
- Earned an Associate Degree in Nursing from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 2.50 on a 4.0 scale
- Hold a current unencumbered RN license from the state of Kentucky. Applicants licensed in other US states should visit the Kentucky State Board of Nursing website for information on how to be licensed in Kentucky.
- Earned a grade of ‘C’ or higher in all prerequisite courses
- Complete the Health and Academic file requirements as outlined in the RN to BSN handbook
- Submit a completed RN to BSN Application Form to the Nursing Department by the appropriate deadline. Application forms may be obtained from the Nursing Department.
There are several health, academic, and other requirements outlined in detail in the “Nursing Student Handbook” that all nursing students must complete as required. The Department of Nursing Faculty reserves the right to limit the number of students in a clinical course to meet requirements of the State Board of Nursing and requirements of the clinical specialty areas.