Healthcare is evolving, the role of nurses is expanding, and the BSN has become the new standard in nursing. The ADN to BSN program at Holy Names University is designed for the working nurse. If you’re a registered nurse interested in pursuing your bachelor’s degree in nursing, HNU’s program is for you. With evening courses, accelerated schedules, and hybrid formats, our program meets the needs of busy nurses—both local and distant.
- Classes meet in the evening. The courses are available in an accelerated format (seven class sessions per term).
- Hybrid courses incorporate technology to welcome distance students into the cohort and make classes even more convenient.
- Major coursework can be completed in as few as 15 months, depending on course load.
- The faculty has extensive experience in nursing. A high faculty-to-student ratio means that students benefit from plenty of personal attention.
- HNU’s Nursing Simulation Center offers 3,600 square feet of training modules. This state-of-the-art resource was built in 2013.
- The University’s deeply rooted social justice values provide a strong foundation for students entering service professions such as nursing.
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Students enrolled in the ADN/BSN degree program must complete Holy Names University general education courses, as outlined in this catalog.
Students in the ADN to BSN nursing program will be awarded 11 units of upper-division course credit upon providing proof of passage of the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX).