Concurrent Nursing

Earn your Associate in Applied Science and your Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the same time! Traditionally, students must already be licensed registered nurses or hold an ADN or AASN prior to enrolling in a BSN program. This new agreement allows qualified students to complete both the AASN and BSN in just 24-30 months. Take in-person classes at DCCC, paired with online BSN courses through WCU.


  • Save time and money
  • Completion in 24-30 months, depending on coursework
  • WCU accepts up to 92 transfer credits from DCCC students
  • Hands-on advising
  • Student success team
  • Transfer concierge
  • No need to navigate financial aid at two different institutions—DCCC and WCU will package your aid together
  • Flexibility to pause your program if needed
  • Fewer WCU prerequisites
  • DCCC and WCU align courses to ensure students don’t have more than 18-credits per semester

Interested in applying? Here’s what you should know—you must:

  • Be currently enrolled as an AASN student at Delaware County Community College with a cumulative GPA of 2.75, and be in good academic standing
  • Formally apply to WCU for Admission into the concurrent nursing option
  • Meet all WCU RN-BSN Prerequisites as outlined in the agreement (link) and comply with all DCCC and WCU policies, including academic and financial requirements
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