Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Application Period April 1-July 1

  • New class begins in August (Fall Term)

Online ADN-RN to BSN Bridge Program

FLEXIBLE ONLINE PROGRAM: NFCC's ADN-RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing bridge program provides registered nurses a flexible format to complete a bachelor's degree and expand career options. The program is offered all online and can be completed in as little as one year of full-time study. Part-time study options may also be available.
EXPAND YOUR NURSING CAREER: The program is designed specifically for Registered Nurses who have completed an Associate in Science Degree in Nursing (ADN-RN) and desire to enhance their credentials with a baccalaureate degree. The curriculum incorporates critical thinking and evidence-based scholarship to prepare baccalaureate nurses for system leadership with quality and safety as priorities. The program also promotes the use of technology in delivering professional nursing practice and management of health information to prevent illness and promote health among diverse patient populations and communities.

How to Apply

Initial application process:

  • Schedule appointment with Allied Health Advisor Shante Fagin; 850-973-1662 or fagins@nfcc.edu.
  • Complete NFCC Admissions Application; pay non-refundable $30 fee.
  • Submit high school transcripts or GED and college transcripts.
  • Submit complete program application during designated application period to Allied Health Advisor.

See the 2018-2019 College Catalog for detailed entrance and application requirements.


Program Cost (In-State): $4,148.00

  • Total cost of the one year online program is approximately $4,148 in-state ($112.30 per semester hour). Out-of-state tuition is $309.33 per semester hour.*
  • Includes: tuition, name badge, and NFCC Admissions Application fee.
  • Does Not Include: books or course related resources following the completion of the program.

*NOTE: Program requirements and costs may change. Please check with program advisor or director for most current information.


Each course offered in the BSN program will have a maximum student to teacher ratio of 30:1


ACEN Logo ImageAccreditation

This baccalaureate program is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN). The BSN program received initial accreditation from the ACEN Board of Commissioners in 2018 with the next evaluation visit scheduled for Spring 2023.

Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing
3343 Peachtree Road
Atlanta, GA 30326
404-975-5000
www.acenursing.org


Admission, program and degree requirements are subject to change. Contact the NFCC Nursing and Allied Health Advisor or NFCC Admissions for the most current information.