There are two ways to complete the Wittenberg Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. Individuals who are not yet licensed registered nurses will follow the traditional pre-licensure BSN program. Individuals who are licensed registered nurses will follow the RN-BSN completion program.
Students who are not yet licensed registered nurses will pursue this option, which requires completion of:
- Wittenberg's general education requirements
- Undergraduate Nursing Courses
- Combined completion of 126 credit hours total
Students who are already registered nurses should pursue this option, which includes completion of:
- Wittenberg general education requirements
- 24 credit hours of RN-BSN major courses
- RN-BSN Courses
Study Abroad, Second Major or Minor
Nursing students who wish to complete studies abroad, a second major, or a minor must notify the director of nursing immediately for assistance with academic planning. Nursing students may elect to complete any minor field of study offered at Wittenberg University. Completing a minor requires 20 additional credit hours of study.
Some examples of popular minors include: