Bachelor of Science Degree Programs

Explore a Science degree at UC Gaylord

Spring Arbor University offers the RN to BSN completion program through the University Center Gaylord.

SAU classes are run in a cohort format. Audra Leininger, Admissions Specialist, at 989 705 3740 or audra@arbor.edu  for more information.

Nursing – RN to BSN Completion – Spring Arbor University

The Spring Arbor University Bachelor of Science RN-BSN accelerated degree completion program promotes critical thinking, autonomous decision-making, information and resource management, communication skills, and application of nursing knowledge to diverse communities.

The RN-BSN degree completion program prepares professional nurses to contribute service and leadership to diverse communities. The program is based on the belief that students, as adult learners, are committed to the application of liberal arts and nursing knowledge based on scientific principles to make reasoned choices in their service to others.

The BSN major core courses total 42 semester hours and culminates in a comprehensive Senior Nursing Project that integrates coursework with applied research into your Specialty Area Option focus area.

Contact Admissions Specialist Audra Leininger at audra@arbor.edu or 989 705 3740.

Organizational Management

The Spring Arbor University Bachelor of Science in Organizational Management program provides expertise in management, human dynamics and organizational development for business and public administration. The program takes a systems approach to the problems, principles and practices of management, incorporating conceptual and theoretical knowledge. The bachelor of arts degree will be conferred upon successful completion of all graduation requirements. The major requires 38 credits.

Contact Admissions Specialist, Audra Leininger, at 989 705 3740 or audra@arbor.edu for more information.


The MACRAO Transfer Agreements through Kirtland Gaylord M-TEC and North Central Michigan College allow for smooth transferability of courses among participating Michigan colleges and universities.

It stipulates that 30 semester hours of 100-level and above compatible general coursework will satisfy typical freshman and sophomore-level general education requirements for the bachelor’s degree at participating universities. A KCC or NCMC student who completes the 30 credit hours for the MACRAO Transfer Agreement and who seeks to transfer to another institution must request that Student Services stamp his/her transcript “MACRAO Agreement Satisfied.” Check each school’s policies for further information.