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Provisional Admission – RN-BSN

Begin your BSN before you graduate

  • Provisional Admission to the RN-BSN and RN-BSN/MSN program is open to senior nursing students or graduates of an RN diploma program, or an associate degree in nursing program from a regionally accredited college or university in the United States
  • Provisional Admission to the RN-BSN and RNBSN/MSN program is open to graduate nurses awaiting RN licensure.
  • Students provisionally admitted will have one year from the date of Provisional Admission to obtain RN licensure
  • Students may begin their RN-BSN with the first two BSN courses while taking and awaiting NCLEX-RN results
  • Students will be fully admitted after successful completion of the NCLEX-RN and submission of final transcripts. Provisional BSN students are welcomed into the RN-BSN program.

Program Highlights

  • Up to four courses (12 credits) in the BSN degree count toward your MSN!
  • Maximize your transfer credit
  • Seamless transition
  • Thomas Edison State University courses are online 24/7
  • Save time and money

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