B.S. in Nursing - RN to BS Program
The RN to B.S. in Nursing program individualizes learning experiences for completion of the degree. The sequence of courses for registered nurse students is designed to build on existing knowledge and skills, and integrates a professional, research-based, family-oriented, community-focused perspective.
Advanced Placement in Nursing for Registered Nurses
Registered nurse students may earn advanced placement in the nursing major for a maximum of 30 credits. Advanced placement is awarded for most students through the articulation agreement among nursing programs. The RN to B.S. program individualizes learning experiences for completion of the degree.
The Fairfield University School of Nursing has partnerships with the schools of nursing at Bridgeport Hospital School of Nursing,
St. Vincent's College and the following Community Colleges:
- Capital Community College
- Gateway Community College
- Naugatuck Valley Community College
- Norwalk Community College
- Three Rivers Community College
These unique programs provide seamless transition from the associate to bachelor's degree in nursing, and grant 34 credits in advanced placement nursing.
View our program sheet (PDF)