R.N. to B.S.N. Track

The B.S.N. degree-completion track of the Goshen College nursing program allows registered nurses to complete a B.S.N. in about 19 months. The track is designed to affirm personal and professional strengths. Students are actively involved in identifying their strengths and their learning needs. Self-directed study is promoted. Study guides are provided to maximize off-campus study and in-class activities. The collaborative education process makes student experiences and insights a vital part of classroom activities.

Each group consists of 10-20 R.N.s who progress through the courses together. Classes meet either on the Goshen College campus or at Elkhart General Hospital  one night per week for four hours, and courses vary in length from two to seven weeks. The same night of the week is used for your group throughout the program. Clinical experiences for specified courses will be arranged at other times during the week. There are 13 courses providing 40 credit hours, of which 28 are upper-level nursing credits.

See the Adult Degree Programs website for testimonials, information on schedules, courses, and how to apply.