photo of a nurse smiling at a patient in a hospital bed

Fast Track BSN

Walsh University's Fast Track BSN option allows busy, working adults to enjoy the flexibility of online learning without sacrificing the stability of in-class instruction. In this hybrid program, lectures will take place online, with weekend and evening hands-on clinical and laboratory experiences that take place in person.


Morgan Gilbert, Enrollment Manager
330.490.7421  |

Infographic: Employment of RNs is expected to grow 7% by 2029...nearly double the growth rate for all occupations

Hear from professors and current students to learn more about what our Fast Track BSN program has to offer.

Traditional Nursing Degree information available here.

  • CHEM 120 Chemistry – 4 credit hours
  • BIO 209 Anatomy & Physiology I with Lab- 4 credit hours
  • BIO 210 Anatomy & Physiology II with Lab- 4 credit hours
  • NS 207 Nutrition- 3 credit hours
  • NURS 220 Theoretical Foundations for Nursing Practice- 3 credit hours

*All pre-requisite courses are available in a hybrid, accelerated format (8-weeks) at the program reduced tuition cost rate. Please check with your Enrollment Manager prior to registering for a course at another institution to ensure it is equivalent to the prerequisite course at Walsh. If you choose to take the prerequisites at a local community college, your grade in the courses must be a B or higher. If you choose to take the prerequisites at another institution, your grade must be a C or higher in order to transfer in as credit. All science courses must have been completed within the last seven years.

Nearly every Walsh nursing course requires students to participate in labs and receive clinical experience. Walsh nursing students have access to state-of-the-art computer labs and clinical labs that mirror the hospital environment.

As students move through the nursing program, clinical experiences advance in complexity to match the online instruction.

The shortage of nurses continued to grow and is expected to reach 1.09 million by 2024 (AACN Fact Sheet, Nursing Shortage, 2019). 

According to EMSI, there are 2,528 regional vacancies due to growth and turn over with registered nurses.

A high percentage of Walsh Nursing students pass the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) and go on to practice nursing at local and national healthcare facilities. Walsh students are highly regarded in the clinical setting, and often times a student's clinical experience leads to a full-time job as a registered nurse after graduation.
In addition, Walsh students who want to further their education can easily transition into one of Walsh's Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) or Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs.

Tell Me More

Please fill out the form below to receive more information. A member of our admissions team will contact you directly!