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RN to BS Nursing Program Data

 

*Enrollment data are based upon individual course enrollments. Therefore, a student may have been enrolled in more than one course per session.

 RN to BS enrollment by session

 

Table 1: Total Number of Online Students Enrolled in
Accelerated RN to BS Program Courses by Session

 

 

Fall 2015 Spring 2016 Summer 2016 Fall 2016 Spring 2017
Session 1 31 160 209 461 534
Session 2 75 228 251 477 502
Total 106 388 460 938 1,036


 

We compiled data from eCampus queries on the students enrolled in RN to BS Program online courses during the Fall 2015 through Spring 2017 semesters.

  • 88.4% of students were female.

RN to BS ethnicity race distribution

* American Indian/Alaskan Native” students and “Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander” students were not included in the graph, but are listed in the table.

Table 2: Race/Ethnicity demographics for RN to BS program students from Fall 2015 – Summer 2016

 

Total Number Percentage
White 374 78.1%
Hispanic/Latino 15 3.1%
Black/African American 32 6.7%
Asian 21 4.4%
American Indian / Alaskan Native
4 0.8%
Native Hawaiian / Other Pacific Islander
1 0.02%
2+ Races 2 0.04%
Not Specified 30 6.6%
Grand Total 479 100%


 

RN to BS age distribution spring 2017

Table 3: Number of student age groups Spring 2017

 

Total Number Percentage
22-29 151 30.8%
30-39 168 34.3%
40-49 113 23.1%
50+ 58 11.8%


 

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