Contact: Tammy M. Haley, Director, Nursing & Radiological Science
The Unit in Nursing prepares professional nurses for entry to practice at the associate degree level and provides further education for the registered nurse at the more advanced baccalaureate level of practice. This includes advanced clinical skills and preparation for independent leadership and management roles in a variety of settings.
The Associate of Science in Nursing degree program (ASN) is approved by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and accredited by ACEN - Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly NLNAC). ASN graduates are required to take the national examination for registered nurse licensure. A person with criminal convictions may be prohibited from licensure as a registered nurse by the boards of nursing in various states. Prospective students in that situation should call the board of nursing in the state where they plan to practice.
The RN-BSN degree completion program is accredited by ACEN - Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly NLNAC)
ACEN-Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (formerly NLNAC)
3343 Peachtree Road, NE, Suite 850
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
- Official High School Transcripts
- Official College/University Transcripts (all school attended)
- Copy of current Pennsylvania RN licensure*
*PA-RN licensure must be maintained throughout the students’s enrollment in the program.
- Minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5 or above
- 35 credits of lower level nursing courses (ASN or Diploma) from an approved school
- One of the following:
- Graduation from an approved associate or diploma program within 3 years prior to consideration for admission to the RN-BSN Program.
- Graduation from an approved associate or diploma program more than 3 years ago but with evidence of at least 1000 hours nursing practice within 3 years prior to consideration for admission to the RN-BSN Program.