Only 8 required core courses, aligned with CCNE Essentials of Baccalaureate Education. Students may block transfer in up to 70 semester credit hours. 45 hours of experiential learning, not the typical undergraduate "clinical". Embedded e-portfolio to use as documentation of learning activities. Continuing education activities in each course to use toward license renewal. Course projects map to Magnet status and clinical ladder programs. Dual credit option can save time and money toward MSN. Learn More About Our RN to BSN Program Explore Now Other Questions Are nurse practitioners in demand? What’s the difference between healthcare management & health information management? How much does a paralegal / legal assistant make in New Orleans? How do I gain the necessary real-world experience in the RN to BSN program?