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RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing


Program Director
Dr. Sylvia N. Driver, DNP, RN, APRN, FNP-BC


The RN to BSN online program is designed for Associate Degree nurses who wish to return to school for their BSN. Given the advances in healthcare, increasingly complex patients, expansion of community health, and intricate technologies, many nurses feel the need for additional education. The program is designed to further nurses’ knowledge regarding disease process, evidenced based practice, professionalism, ethics, informatics, community health, and leadership. The program prepares nurses to further their career or continue their education in graduate studies.


The RN to BSN program curriculum offers additional opportunity for hands-on practical experience while providing the graduate with the requirements and expertise necessary to enter a Master’s program in the field of nursing. Nursing courses are offered in an online format (off- line clinical rotations are also required). Students are admitted in fall and spring semesters with the major courses of the program being completed in 2 to 3 semesters. The highly affordable tuition, challenging curriculum and personal attention you’ll receive make the Dalton State RN to BSN an easy choice for working professionals.


If you need additional information for the RN to BSN program, please contact Dr. Driver at
sdriver@daltonstate.edu, 706-272-4593.