Applicants with an associate degree in nursing from a non-regionally accredited school and/ or from diploma RN programs are awarded 38 credit hours for the RN Licensure, as guided by the Colorado Articulation model. All previously completed non-nursing courses are evaluated on a course by course basis.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree requires completion of the following 120 credit hours for students from a non-regionally accredited school and/or a diploma RN program:
Prerequisites: Lower division nursing by RN licensure (38 credit hours)
General Education and Electives (33 credit hours)
Biological Science (12 credit hours)
College of Adult and Graduate Studies Core (9 credit hours)
Major Nursing Core: RN-BSN (28 credit hours)
RN Nursing Requirements (38 credit hours)
Lower division nursing (ASN or diploma) credit granted through RN license (38 credits).