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BSN: About the Program
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree from UIC provides
you with an excellent foundation for a fulfilling, lifetime career
in one of the fastest growing professions in the U.S. One of the nation's leading colleges of nursing,
UIC offers an excellent education with the nation's foremost nursing
leaders as your teachers. You will be surrounded by energetic
and supportive peers, receive personal and professional guidance,
and experience outstanding clinical partners.
UIC offers two tracks leading to a BSN:
The traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program admits students after completion of 57 hours of college level pre-requisite course work. This program is highly competitive and the curriculum incorporates face-to-face instruction and hands-on practical learning. The pre-requisite courses make up the first half of the bachelor's degree and if admitted, the nursing curriculum takes two years to complete and is only available on a full-time basis.
The UIC based program BSN program is offered on the both the Chicago and Urbana campuses of the University of Illinois. Students will be asked to specify campus of choice during the application process.
To learn more about our BSN program, please fill out our, prospective student form, attend an information session, or schedule an appointment with a transfer counselor at 312.996.4350.
The Bachelor of Science Degree Completion Program for RNs is an online program offered by the UIC College of Nursing through UIC's School of Continuing Studies, UIC Online. Upon successful completion of all coursework, students will earn a fully accredited Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the College of Nursing at the University of Illinois at Chicago. For more information regarding the BSN Degree Completion Program for RNs, please click here.
To view the admissions requirements for the BSN degree, please click here.
To find detalied instructions on how to apply, please click here.