The ADN to BSN Concurrent Program student is one who is enrolled in Nursing (ADN)-Associate in Applied Science (AAS) courses at a partnership community college while taking SVSU RN to BSN courses concurrently. Students will complete their Nursing (ADN)-AAS degree while earning BSN credits, allowing them to complete their BSN from SVSU in additional semesters.
To complete the degree requirements, an ADN to BSN student must:
earn a minimum of 25 credits from nursing courses (NURS)
124 credits are required for graduation, of which 31 must be from SVSU and must include:
32 credits awarded based on articulation criteria, transfer credits, and General Education credits
an approved statistics course
6 upper division credits
the 25 NURS credits
Basic credits do not count towards the 124 credits for graduation.
Eligibility criteria for application to the program include:
Validated Articulation credits will be awarded for the ADN nursing course work, based upon the articulation agreement, after the Nursing (ADN)-Associates in Applied Science has been earned and RN license in Michigan obtained (32 cr)