BSN Options & Information
ADN/BSN Concurrent Enrollment
In 2010, The Future of Nursing report issued by the Institute of Medicine advocated
for all nurses to achieve higher degrees of learning. Although completion of the nursing
program at College of the Canyons will earn you an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN),
you'll want to continue your education to earn at least a Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
The COC nursing program has coordinated with several universities that allow students to work toward a BSN degree while enrolled in the COC nursing program. After completing the College of the Canyons Nursing Program and successfully passing the NCLEX licensing exam, the BSN can be completed in as little as one year. BSN program lengths and costs vary. Students are encouraged to review BSN program websites and seek academic counseling as well as financial aid planning assistance.
There are many programs which offer the opportunity to earn the BSN after passing NCLEX. Students are encouraged to investigate numerous program options in order to find the best fit.
Spring 2020 Nursing Student Handbook