Nursing & Health Sciences

RN to BSN Track

Thank you for your interest in the RN to BSN track at LCSC. The BSN program is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing.

The RN to BSN track is designed to meet the needs of working professionals:

  • Flexible scheduling allows you to work at your own pace
  • Program can be completed entirely online
  • Secure online access is available 24 hours a day
  • Practicum courses are mentored by local preceptors
  • Allows you to complete your BSN in as little as 9 months

Use the links below to learn more about required courses and the admission process. We look forward to working with you as you earn your BSN!

RN to BSN Cost Estimate

Curriculum

The RN to BSN curriculum builds on your basic nursing education coursework. Prerequisite and required nursing courses are offered both fall and spring semesters. Your academic advisor can assist you with an individualized study plan.

RN to BSN Study Plan

RN to BSN Track Options

General Education Core Requirements

Admission

Below, you will find links to the BSN Program application and Health Records Checklist. Please don't confuse the BSN Program application with the general LCSC application. First, you apply to the college and then later you apply to the BSN program. The LCSC application is required first. Once you are admitted to the College and meet with an academic advisor, you will begin taking courses. After you have completed the required prerequisite courses and met other BSN Program admission criteria for the RN to BSN track, you'll be ready to apply to the BSN Program.

Please carefully read the documents below to review the admission criteria, application processes and health records requirements. Submit your completed application to the Division of Nursing & Health Sciences. If you have questions, contact your academic advisor.

RN to BSN Track Application

Background Check and Immunization Requirements

For Clinical Passport Requirements select below:

Mission & Goals

RN to BSN Program Mission Statement

To strengthen the health and wellbeing of the people of our communities by preparing students as professional nurses who engage in critical reasoning and creative thinking to design, provide, and coordinate exceptional nursing care in a dynamic healthcare environment.

RN to BSN Student Outcomes

  1. Upon graduation, students are well prepared to function as a Baccalaureate nurse in a various healthcare settings.
  2. Graduates well-prepared to participate as a member of interdisciplinary healthcare teams.
  3. Graduates well prepared to understand and assume leadership roles in the healthcare system.
  4. Stakeholders who are satisfied with the RN to BSN curriculum and educational experience.
  5. Students who successfully complete and graduate from the program.

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