SCHOOL OF NURSING
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
A second-degree program, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing, is offered by the School of Nursing to students who already hold a bachelor’s degree. B.S.N. graduates are prepared to be generalist nurses who provide direct patient care and coordinate and manage patient care. Based at GW’s Virginia Science and Technology Campus, the B.S.N. program is taken on a full-time basis over four semesters. A bachelor’s/master’s dual-degree program has been established, by which up to 12 of the 60 credit hours constituting the Bachelor of Science in Nursing may be applied as cross-credits toward the Master of Science in Nursing. In addition, the School of Nursing offers a B.S.N./M.S.N. dual degree program in nursing advancement to licensed registered nurses with associate’s degree preparation. Further information is available at nursing.gwu.edu.