The RN-BSN Completion Degree program is the most recent addition to the Gordon College Nursing Division. This program allows an RN who has an associate degree/diploma to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. In order to enter the program, a student must have an active nursing license from the Georgia Board of Nursing, and have already completed 60 credit hours of core classes with a minimum GPA of 2.5 (if a student is coming from the Gordon College Associate of Science in Nursing program, these courses should already be complete). If enrolled full time, a student can complete this program in three semesters. The classes are hybrid, some online and some onsite. Students must complete two clinical rotations as well. Completion of the RN to BSN degree program will help a nurse to understand the physical, cultural/social, spiritual, and psychological needs of her patients, and minister appropriately to them.
For graduation with an Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) degree, these requirements must be completed in accordance with the academic regulations stated in the Gordon College academic catalog and in the Gordon College Nursing Student Handbook: