This track is for nurses who already have their RN license (or are currently in an Associate degree RN program) and wish to further their education by obtaining a Bachelor's degree in Nursing. This online program will expand your knowledge and skills beyond the clinical aspects of nursing.
The baccalaureate degree program in nursing at Lewis-Clark State College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education, (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org) and approved by the Idaho Board of Nursing.
Make an appointment with your BSN advisor early in the application process to review your transcripts, create an appropriate plan of study, and discuss the Idaho State Nursing Articulation Plan/Escrow credits. Graduates must meet all Idaho General Education core requirements, complete 32 residency credits, 36 upper division credits, and a total of 120 semester credits.
For a preliminary evaluation of transfer credits, you may email unofficial transcripts to an NHS Program Advisor at NHS@lcsc.edu.
Applications should be submitted electronically to your RN to BSN advisor. If you do not have an advisor listed in your Warrior Web account and have not been working with an advisor, email your application to Tessa Jilot: firstname.lastname@example.org
Applications will be reviewed at the end of each month and you will be notified of your admission within six weeks via LCMail. To ensure timely notification, keep the NHS office informed of any change in name and/or email address.
Provisionally admitted students must meet minimum admission standards at the semester’s end. Failure to meet admission criteria will result in forfeiture of provisional admission status. Students who continue to meet all admission criteria will be considered fully admitted.
There are two (2) courses which require a volunteer service component:
Please be aware that some agencies may require a background check and/or other requirements for volunteer service, and that it is your responsibility to ensure these requirements are met.
RN to BSN applications will be accepted year round, however classes are only offered Fall, Spring and Summer semesters and you must apply to the college by the following dates:
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