Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) Online

Training in the State of Florida

Program Overview

Program Overview, Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Cambridge Institute of Allied Health and Technology’s Bachelor of Science Nursing degree (RN to BSN) is specifically designed for registered nurses who want to increase their clinical responsibilities and leadership roles. The degree is offered online and open to registered nurses who are licensed and employed. During the program, student nurses focus on theories, concepts and principles important for the development of nursing leadership and management knowledge, and they study clinical, fiscal, legal and political trends confronting health care and the nursing profession.


The entire RN to BSN program is offered online, allowing you to still maintain daily personal and professional responsibilities.

The program is designed specifically for registered nurses, with tailored curriculum provided by professionals who have years of nursing experience.

Obtain a deeper and extensive understanding of community and global health care needs, issues, trends, laws and protocols.

At Cambridge, our nursing students have something special. They are eager to learn, confident in their skills and determined to make a difference in their patients’ lives. Whether our students are aspiring nurses or nurse advancers building on professional experience, Cambridge offers the RN to BSN program online.

  • Small class sizes
  • Expert faculty
  • Rich tradition of excellence

At Cambridge, we believe if we take extraordinary care of our students, we will graduate extraordinary nurses who can have a significant and positive impact on healthcare around the world. Care is what distinguishes us.


The Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program at Cambridge

Institute of Allied Health & Technology is a bridge program designed to enhance the training and education of the licensed registered nurse who has completed an associate degree or diploma registered nurse education program. The program prepares bachelor level nursing graduates to plan, deliver, and manage safe, quality patient care as registered nurses in a variety of settings.

The program offers students the opportunity to learn to effectively function as an integral part of the interdisciplinary team in a complex healthcare delivery system. At the completion of the program, graduates who have fulfilled class requirements and demonstrate the student learning outcomes and graduate competencies should have the ability to make successful transition into a professional baccalaureate nursing role in a healthcare setting.

No matter where you are in your nursing career, Cambridge has the RN to BSN online program to help you achieve your goals. Our program offering has been developed to address the personal and professional needs of nurses, meet the skill and staffing needs of the industry and transform healthcare delivery as a whole for the public at large.


Course CodeCourse TitleClock HoursSemester Hours
ENC402**College Writing453
NUR301Nursing Informatics453
NUR302Nursing Research and Evidence-Based
NUR311Health Assessment for the RN453
NUR312Professional Issues in Nursing453
NUR313Health Care Delivery Systems453
NUR411Population-Based Nursing453
NUR413Health Promotion in Nursing453
NUR430Cultural Issues in Nursing453
NUR431Leadership and Management in Nursing453
NUR432Nursing Capstone453
PHI401**Critical Thinking453
PSY401**Abnormal Psychology453
* Credits
Awarded for Prior Learning and Admission

* 77 semester credits will be awarded for satisfactory completion of a state Board of Nursing associate or diploma level registered nurse education program, for unrestricted state licensure as a registered nurse, and for demonstration of admission requirement of successful completion of 21 semester credits (or equivalent) of general education courses and required pre-requisite courses.

** General education courses


The RN to BSN graduate will:

  1. Practice safe, quality care to patients, including individuals, families, groups, communities, and population across the lifespan and across the continuum of health care environments;
  2. Assess the variations, the complexities, and the need for increased use of healthcare resources in providing patient care;
  3. Apply leadership knowledge and skills in nursing care and collaboration with health care team;
  4. Demonstrate the ability to communicate, collaborate, and use teamwork among healthcare professional;
  5. Evaluate research evidence and translate into an evidence-based nursing practice;
  6. Promote quality improvement in nursing practice;
  7. Apply knowledge and skills in information management and patient care technology; and,
  8. Examine health care policies, finance, and the regulatory requirements of the profession and nursing practice.