Nursing (RN to BSN) Areas of Study
The WGU RN to BSN program is based on best practices for effective learning and national standards. It provides the knowledge and skills that enable graduates to expand their knowledge in areas of research, theory, community concepts, healthcare policy, therapeutic interventions, and current trends.
Foundations of College Mathematics
This course focuses on basic numeracy and calculation skills, basic algebra skills, basic geometry principles, and basic data and probability skills.
This course focuses on the application of grammatical standards and reading skills.
Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology and Human Physiology
Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory
Survey in U.S. and World History
The content in these courses include major themes in world history and United States history; basic economic concepts; and the nature and development of American government.
Language and Communication: Essay
Language and Communication: Presentation
Literature, Arts, and the Humanities
Content focuses on content, concepts, terminology, methodology, models, and issues within and across the disciplines of the humanities.
Professional Roles and Values
Community and Population Health
Community Health Nursing Practicum
Organizational Systems and Quality Leadership
BS, Nursing Professional Portfolio
The professional portfolio is a collection of artifacts from your coursework as well as a resume and personal statement to help you market yourself and your strengths.
Applied Health Care Statistics and Analysis
Care of the Older Adult
Nutrition for Contemporary Society
Evidence-Based Practice and Applied Nursing Research
Information Management and the Application of Technology