“UALR’s faculty and staff had great customer service skills. We always knew we would be supported and prepared for success in each course. I highly recommend UALR anytime someone mentions they plan on attending nursing school. I felt like the admission and application process were a breeze. The program was tough and rigorous but it’s so that you’ll be the best nurse when you graduate.”
– Adam Steele, BSN ’13
Online RN to BSN
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) completion program offers RN graduates of either an associate or a diploma program an avenue to pursue a BSN while continuing employment. The coursework for the BSN completion program builds on the curriculum foundation of the core registered nurse program.
The BSN courses cover areas of health assessment, wellness promotion, economics, research, legalities, leadership, and advocacy. They are designed to be completed in either 1 year or 1 and a half years while allowing for full or part-time employment as a registered nurse. Please note, completion of general education courses prior to entering the program may affect graduation timelines.
We at UALR know that the college experience is different for everyone. From transfer students and first-time freshmen to those who take online-only classes, the University of Arkansas at Little Rock makes sure that our students are welcomed to the Trojan family. For more information about Brook visit http://ualr.at/brookscalzo
Nursing courses consist of online delivery. The general education courses required for the BSN completion program are available at UA-Little Rock in an online or traditional classroom format. Due to the format of the nursing courses and some support courses, you will need consistent computer/internet access.
Some of the required nursing courses include an integrated practice project (IPP). The course work for the IPP’s will include completion of projects, presentations, papers, etc., linked to the focus of the particular courses. The time utilized for development and implementation of assignments are considered IPP hours.