Why Earn a BSN?
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing opens the door to nurse management and leadership positions as well as to graduate programs and advanced roles such as Nurse Anesthetist or Family Nurse Practitioner. The BSN is rapidly becoming the entry degree for a successful career in nursing.
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The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga now offers Registered Nurses two personalized ways to advance their careers with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing: our hybrid track, which combines online learning with periodic on-campus meetings, or our new completely online program. Both paths offer working nurses an opportunity to earn a BSN with the convenience of online courses without giving up the ability to meet face to face to with supportive faculty at a fully accredited university.
- Blends the best of traditional and online learning.
- Weekly assignments completed online.
- Classes meet on-campus 9AM - 3PM about once every third Wednesday.
- Next cohort begins: May 2013.
- Application deadline: February 1.
- All coursework is online--no on-campus classes, no commute!
- Best for those comfortable working from a distance.
- Just one visit to campus for orientation.
- Next cohort begins: August 2013.
- Application deadline is June 15.
Personal Attention Makes the Difference.
Your program advisor will help chart an individualized course of study from pre-admission to graduation.
Our dedicated technology coordinator will guide you through our intuitive online classroom and resources.
Working nurses who have graduated from the program are available to mentor and advise you.
Whichever track you choose, our faculty are available to you by phone, e-mail, or a face-to-face visit on campus.
Get Started!Call 423-425-5624 or complete an online request to contact a program advisor and map out a BSN completion plan tailored to your educational experiences and needs. Don't want to wait for our next cohort? No worries: this is a good time to get some of your general education (non-Nursing) requirements out of the way. Call for more information!
The Gateway Program enables working registered nurses to obtain a baccalaureate degree in nursing while maintaining their roles in career and family.
Questions? Contact Us!
Dr. Susan Davidson