The Online RN-BSN program at AHU allows working registered nurses to advance in their careers, preparing them for higher paying positions or for leadership roles. Earning a BSN can also be the first step RNs take on the path to a Master’s degree. Bridge, Traditional, and Fast-Track completion plans are available, based on your current level of education and the courses you’ve already completed. Learn more by reviewing the course information, sample course plans, and program manual for the RN-BSN program. For any additional questions, please contact an Admissions Coordinator.
Students can complete their RN-BSN program in just 1 year…100% Online!
NRSG 314 – Conceptual Foundations of Nursing Practice (2 credits)
NRSG 335 – Applied Health Assessment and Promotion for RNs (3 credits)
NRSG 337 – Applied Pathopharmacology for RNs (3 credits)
NRSG 365 – Nursing Informatics for RNs (2 credits)
NRSG 375 – Gerontological Nursing (2 credits)
NRSG 440 – Community Health for RNs (4 credits)
NRSG 497 – Introduction to Research for RNs (3 credits)
NRSG 480 – Leadership and Management in Nursing (3 credits)
NRSG 486 – Seminar in Nursing (2 credits)
See Sample Course Plans below for General Education course requirements.
*All students are required to complete 6 credits of upper religion (course level of 300 or 400) to meet the residency requirement of 30 credit hours.
Full course descriptions and detailed curriculum information are available via our Academic Catalog.
Sample Course Plan
These sample course plans provide the most common program completion pathways. Your Academic Advisor will work with you to create a completion plan designed to fit your needs.
This manual is essential to your understanding of the University’s and Department of Nursing’s expectations of you as a student and provides you with a structure for success in our online learning environment. If you have any questions about the policies and procedures listed, please contact the Vice Chair for Online Nursing at (407) 303-8769.