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RN to BSN Program

A BSN opens doors in your nursing career


The only constant in health care is change, therefore a Bachelor of Science in nursing could prepare you to meet those changes as they arise.

If you need a program that fits into your busy life and budget, Floridian Institute offers an RN-to-BSN program designed to help you do what you do best help people and improve patient care. Our program is offered on campus and as a hybrid, where students attend one class each week, and complete the rest of the work through the online platform.

Once you have completed your Bachelor of Science Nursing degree program, you will have the knowledge and clinical experience to drive your nursing career in several rewarding directions. You’ll be in demand, because you’ll be prepared to preserve, promote, improve, and maintain the health and well-being of individuals and families in your community.

Employment of nurses is projected to grow 15% from 2016 to 2026, and those with at least a Bachelor’s of Science in nursing generally have better job prospects than those without one.
—U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics

RN-to-BSN Program Courses

Course Number Course Title
PSY3000 Psychology
ENC3000 Creative Writing
SPC3000 Oral Communications
MCB3000 Microbiology
STA3000 Statistics
NUR3001 Nursing Theory and Professional Practice
NUR3002 Ethical and Legal Issue in Nursing
NUR3003 Community Nursing
NUR3004 Global Health
NUR3005 Transcultural Nursing
NUR4001 Family Nursing
NUR4002 Gerontologic Nursing Care
NUR4003 Nursing Informatics
NUR4004 Nursing Researches
NUR4005 Advance Health Assessment
NUR4006 Advance Pathophysiology
NUR4007 Pharmacology
NUR4008 Leadership and Management
NUR4009 Advanced Acute Concepts
NUR4010 Evidence Base Practice

What You’ll Learn

Our RN-to-BSN program is designed to help you stay current in the ever-shifting landscape of healthcare.

  • Comprehensive patient assessment
  • Evidence-based practices
  • Health promotion principles
  • Nursing systems and theory
  • Patient safety best practices
  • Nursing informatics and technology