Nursing & Health Sciences

RN-BSN Education

The Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing (BSN) is the second step in a two-step path to completing a baccalaureate degree. The BSN program is designed to seamlessly complement the continued education of graduates of the PUC AS Degree program.

The BSN program is also designed for working RNs who wish to return to school to continue their baccalaureate education. Founded on principles of adult learning, the BSN program is designed in a non-traditional format, with two options to suit a variety of needs.

On the Angwin campus, BSN major courses are offered in a core week format. If taken full-time, the major courses can be completed in 3 quarters (1 year).

On the Napa campus, the major courses are offered in an evening format (one evening each week). In this format, the major courses can be completed in 2 years. Please note that admission to the Napa campus is on hold for 2018-2019.

RN to BS Nursing Angwin Campus

Health Clearance Requirements for Nursing Students Download
Summary of General Education Requirements, Nursing Degrees Download
BSN Clinical Clearance Information Download
Major in Nursing, B.S.N. Degree (For Registered Nurses only) Download
Angwin Campus Map Download
Angwin Campus Driving Directions Download
RN to BSN Application Packet

Application Deadlines:
Fall quarter May 15
Winter quarter October 15
Spring quarter January 15
RN to BSN FAQ - Angwin Download
Sample RN to BSN Program Schedule – Angwin Download