If you've earned an associate degree in nursing and are a licensed registered nurse, you can make full use of those hard-earned credits and complete a Bachelor of Science degree entirely online. Through the BSN Completion Program, you can apply up to 60 credit hours earned through an associate degree program at Park or another accredited institution toward the BSN. Even clinical requirements can be fulfilled at a time and place that are convenient for you. That means if you live in a small town, rural community or are in the military, you can complete your bachelor's degree without sacrificing your other personal and professional obligations.
Park University is the second largest online degree-granting program in the country and brings years of expertise to the online experience. Students and professors work closely together, tailoring the virtual classroom to each student's specific interests and goals. Students who have completed the Associate Degree Program at Park will find the BSN Completion option a convenient and seamless extension of their studies.
Contact us for more information regarding the BSN Degree Completion Program at:
(816) 584-6257 or
Applicants must meet the below criteria for admission consideration.
- Have graduated from an accredited Associate Degree Nursing Program
- Be a licensed registered nurse in the United States (recent graduates can be admitted on a probationary basis)
- Have earned a minimum GPA of 3.0 from an accredited nursing pre-licensure program (students with a GPA below 3.0 on a 4-point scale must have achieved an ACT score of 21 or greater)
- Submit official transcripts from a nursing program and any other undergraduate institution
- Complete the Pharmacology Standardized examination at the 75 percent benchmark level prior to beginning NU 320
- No residency requirement
- Multiple starting dates during the academic year
- Access to a vast online library and high-quality educational resources
- Faculty with advanced degrees, teaching experience and clinical practice in diverse nursing specialties