Designed to accommodate working RNs, current students, graduates and employees of Franklin’s partner schools, this program offers several advantages including:
- Free textbooks
- Special pricing ($300 per credit hour)
- Flexible scheduling
- Online classes
- Transferability of up to 24 technical credits toward a BSN degree
Franklin University’s B.S. in Nursing (RN-BSN) Program and the M.S. in Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Why Franklin University?
Founded in 1902 in Columbus, OH, Franklin University is a four-year, non-profit private school that specializes in helping non-traditional adult students realize their academic aspirations. They're accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and are dedicated to making higher education accessible, affordable and relevant.
They have partnerships with 230 other community colleges, including Hocking College, and have over 45,000 alumni scattered throughout the globe.
How Can I Get More Information About This New Program?
Anyone interested in pursuing their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Franklin University needs to contact Community College Regional Manager, Shirley Hayes, directly by phone at (740) 297-9738 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In addition, Hayes plans to visit the Hocking College campus on the following dates:
- June 25
- July 23
- August 5
Prospective students need to call ahead of time to schedule an appointment with Hayes on one of these specific dates. In the event that she has no appointments scheduled on a particular day, her visit will be cancelled.