The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a four-year degree program that includes one year of prerequisite courses and three years of sequenced nursing courses and placements in clinical settings.

The BSN curriculum plan is full-time during fall and spring semesters but does not include summer semester coursework.

The majority of your coursework will be Monday through Friday during the day. However, your clinical/practicum experiences could occur during the day, evening, early morning and weekend. Providing your own transportation is highly encouraged during the clinical/practicum experiences as many of the locations are not accessible via public transportation.

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing is a three-year, full-time program preceded by one year of prerequisite courses. Students also complete liberal education courses to meet the requirements of a University of Minnesota bachelor degree. 

The Master of Nursing program is a full-time, graduate-level program for students with a baccalaureate degree in a non-nursing field. This intensive 16-month program includes all the elements of a Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, plus additional graduate courses.

As a graduate of this program, you will be prepared to take the national licensure exam to become a registered nurse. You will also have up to 18 credits to apply toward a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. Graduates are eligible for certification in public health nursing in Minnesota.
The Master of Nursing (MN) degree takes 16 months (4 consecutive semesters) to complete. It requires enrollment during a summer semester and is offered as a full-time program. Admission is only offered for students to start in the fall semester.

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