Full-time students can complete the program in as few as 24 months; part-time within three to four years. If you already have a bachelor’s in another field, you can earn your degree in as few as 16 months. Finish in as few as 24 months:
All classes in our RN to BS in Nursing program are offered on Wednesdays throughout the academic year, and we admit in both fall and spring terms. This way, you can earn your degree while continuing to manage other life and work responsibilities. In fact, most classes are hybrid, allowing you to have reduced seat time in the classroom. The perfect schedule for the working nurse:
Our health assessment lab is equipped with all the needed assessment equipment for you to learn advanced health assessments. You can see the facilities in person by signing up for a State of the art health assessment lab: nursing program visit.
Our cohort approach, coupled with our 12:1 student-to-faculty ratio, means that you will be among a small group of nurses and professors the entire time. This environment, where students’ knowledge and skills are highly valued, is perfect for creating a support network and meaningful relationships that last well beyond the program. Cohort Approach:
Our program’s unique Caring Science Curriculum will offer you opportunities to learn how to care not only for others, but also for yourself. We feel this balance is critically important to becoming a kind, caring practitioner. Caring Science Curriculum:
With a BS in Nursing from Siena College, you’ll be prepared for many career options in your community, including hospitals, clinics, academic settings and more. You can pursue further education leading to advanced practice nursing (APRN) roles such as nurse practitioner, educator, care coordination and leadership. Preparation for your future:
To learn about the Margaret Krause and Siena College Nursing Scholarship Program, click here.
For curriculum or degree program questions, contact:
Lisa M. Flack, DNS, MS, RN
Director of the Baldwin Nursing Department
For application and admissions questions, contact:
Jen Sloan ’98