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BSN@Home (RN to BS) Program
The BSN@Home program is built upon the foundation of an Associate Degree or a Diploma in Nursing. Through an articulation agreement with the Wisconsin Technical College System, graduates of programs in that system may have up to 60 credits from the Associate Degree in Nursing applied to UW-Madison degree requirements. Prior nursing course work of associate degree students who do not meet the articulation criteria will be evaluated on an individual basis.
All registered nurse students analyze their own practice in order to plan how to expand their learning. The curriculum enables them to make maximum use of their unique educational and experiential background to select learning experiences that are relevant to their own educational goals. Within the broad curricular requirements and available resources, students are encouraged to make individual decisions about their program of study.
The 124-credit curriculum comprises courses in general education courses, courses supportive of nursing, and the upper-level nursing major. Requirements for the program are included in the Undergraduate Catalog.