NKU’s BSN degree requires 124 credits for graduation. Traditional track students must complete prerequisite courses (year one) for eligibility to apply to the nursing curriculum. Nursing courses start in the second year. The ABSN track is 16-months and requires 69 credits of nursing courses be taken over four semesters (including Summer), plus any outstanding prerequisites. The RN track is fully online and requires 30 credits of upper division nursing courses and 48 and any outstanding general education. Students start with the status of Nursing Pre-Major RN-BSN and then, after admission, declare a major of Nursing Major RN-BSN. Discuss with an academic advisor for further details.