Concurrent Program for A.S. & B.S. Degree, Nursing
Seminole State offers a Concurrent Nursing Program. This program is for students obtaining a Seminole State Associate of Science in Nursing (RN-AS) degree while simultaneously taking University of Central Florida (UCF) Bachelor of Science Nursing degree courses to pursue a B.S. in Nursing.
In this full-time program, students have three opportunities to enter the Concurrent ASN-BSN program each year.
- Fall Track (applications accepted in spring)
- Spring Track (applications accepted in fall), and
- Summer track (applications accepted in spring).
This track takes 6 semesters to complete.
Lecture, lab and clinical schedules (ASN) vary each term, with lectures and labs being held between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. throughout the week. Clinical days can start as early as 6:30 a.m. and last 8 to 12 hours. You will likely have multiple weekend clinicals during the course of the program. Students will be scheduled for lectures, labs and clinicals 3-6 days per week.
In addition, students complete 1-2 UCF BSN online courses each semester.
Steps to Apply
Want to become a competitive candidate for the Concurrent Program?
Follow the steps outlined below and complete the two required nursing applications (explained in Step 3).
Review Program Requirements
Visit UCF Nursing Website for Concurrent RN/BSN Program Info
Review Concurrent Steps to Apply & Complete Applications
Carefully review the Concurrent Steps to Apply which includes a link to the UCF concurrent nursing application form.
Additional Program Info
For application deadlines, previous program policy, and clinical requirements, please visit the Nursing program deadlines webpage.