1. What are the key features of the RN–BSN Program?
2. What pre–requisite courses do I need before I start the program?
3. What courses will I take in the RN–BSN program?
4. How long are the courses?
5. Are there clinicals?
6. What are the admission criteria for the RN–BSN program?
7. How do I get started?
8. Can I transfer credits from a community college program?
Yes. You may transfer up to 64 credit hours from a regionally accredited community college in the United States. ASU has established special partnerships with the
community colleges in Arizona.
You may transfer up to 75 credit hours if you are from one of these community colleges and sign the pathway acknowledgement form.
If you are a community college student in Arizona, please see your nursing advisor at your
college to determine pathway eligibility.
9. Can I transfer credits from a diploma program?
10. How much will the program cost?
11. What do I need to be successful in the program?
12. Are scholarships or financial aid available?
Yes. See Scholarships Information for general
information or review the nursing and health scholarships. Each of the categories listed
are comprised of endowed and/or annual gifts held at the ASU Foundation for a New
American University. The dollar value of each scholarship varies, as do the requirements
for each scholarship, which are based on the criteria established by the donor of the
For additional scholarships external to ASU and the college, please see other scholarship
listing. Note: These other scholarships require a separate application process and they
are not administered by the College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
13. Can I transfer credits from a regionally accredited college or university?
Yes. You may transfer credits from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States. Advisors will review your transcripts for transfer credits.