Nursing BS—BSN LINC (UW-Green Bay)
Nursing B.S.—BSN LINC (UW-Green Bay), offered through UW–Green Bay, is a 120-credit RN to BSN degree completion program designed for students living outside the state of Wisconsin who would like to complete their BSN degree online.
Through a variety of general education courses, support courses for the nursing major and upper-division nursing major courses, you will strengthen your academic skills, broaden your intellectual horizons, develop and explore new academic interests, reflect on personal values, and build a foundation of knowledge for future course work and lifelong learning.
The nursing support courses are specifically designed to enhance your ability to solve problems, think critically, communicate effectively and support the nursing career. Upon completion of the program, you will be fully equipped to deal with the complexities of health care in the 21st century.
You may apply directly to the program if:
- You are a graduate from an Associate Degree or Diploma Program in Nursing as verified on an official transcript. (Also see our Partners Page for Associate Degree Programs having partnerships with BSN LINC)
- You have a grade point average of at least 2.5 (or equivalent) on postsecondary transferable coursework. (Exceptions can be made upon the recommendation of nursing faculty)
- You have a current RN license from any state
Please note that consultation with a nursing advisor is highly recommended.