Baker’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing – Post-Licensure program offers a curriculum created by nurses and employers for licensed Registered Nurses, giving you the opportunity to continue your professional growth by further developing your knowledge, skills, and clinical experiences. In addition to classwork, the curriculum includes three clinical experiences: Community Health Practicum, Leadership Practicum, and Nursing Seminar.
To ensure a quality learning experience, there must be at least 15 students at one location. If there is an insufficient number of students to continue offering courses at a location, you will be required to complete your program at the Online campus.
Contact the Admissions Department to learn about current course offereings and locations.
- An unencumbered license as a Registered Nurse (RN) in the United States (US), District of Columbia or US territories; or an unencumbered license as a RN in Canada. Note: Canadian RNs must complete the clinical components of this program under the supervision of a baccalaureate nurse licensed in Canada. Successful completion of the Baker College baccalaureate nursing program does not qualify the Canadian graduate to take the US NCLEX examination.
- All students are expected to maintain licensure throughout their academic career.
- Applicants must include a photocopy of active US or Canadian RN license or a printed page from the licensing state’s nursing website or Canadian equivalent verifying licensure status and expiration date.