RNBSN TRACK

Designed for Registered Nurses (RNs) who earned an Associate degree or Diploma in Nursing

  • All coursework is online
  • It’s possible to continue work while completing course requirements
  • Students may begin the program several times a year
  • Practicum requirements may be completed in your home geographic area
  • Travel to the Averett campus is not required

Prerequisites

  • Prefer six (6) months of work experience as an RN
  • A minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 on all previous college coursework
  • Completion of an approved nursing program (Associate Degree or Diploma) with proof of current RN licensure in your state of residence

For more information

  • Contact Averett University Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) at 1-800-448-5233 or request information here.
  • You may also fill out an online application here.

Admissions

Application

  • To apply to the RNBSN track at Averett, call 1-7800-448-5233 or request an application here.
  • You may also fill out an online application here.

For more information

  • Contact Averett University Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) at 1-800-448-5233 or request information here.
  • You may also fill out an online application here.

Resources

Curriculum/Plan of study

Click here to see an example of what your schedule would look like. You take one course at a time, one course after the other. Each course builds on the knowledge and learning acquired in the previous course(s). You can see your first day of class and your last day of class – all on one page.

Course descriptions

Click here to the RNBSN course descriptions.

RNBSN Student Handbook

Click here to view the RNBSN Student Handbook, which contains all the policies and information relevant to the track.

Student Services & Information

Scholarship Opportunities

Averett University offers several scholarship opportunities for adult students. Click here for more information.

University Resources

Library

Blount Library has a wealth of resources for online and onsite students, including a specific nursing research section.

Librarians are available to help with any questions you may have. Mr. Kevin Harden is the librarian designated to help nursing students. You can email him, or call 434-791-5692.

Additional Student Services

Please click here for a list of online and onsite student services that are available to you.