48 Months – 120 Credit hours
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) prepares graduates to become licensed Registered Nurses in a supervisory role. The program combines theory and clinical components in addressing the concepts of professional nursing roles: caregiver, advocate, educator, communicator and manager.
End of Program Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, the graduate will be able to:
- Provide compassionate, protective and effectual professional nursing care to individuals and families.
- Employ other professionals and paraprofessionals in therapeutic and mutual discussion for the benefit of patient results.
- Combine the knowledge of biological and behavioral sciences into the decision-making process regarding patient care.
- Merge values, ethics and legal principals with critical thinking when making decisions for patients.
- Support the mission and goals of the organization through efficient use of all resources, personnel and financial.
- Display a commitment to professional nursing through patient advocacy, professional activism and lifelong learning.
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is not programmatically accredited.
This program is offered web enabled as concurrent teaching to dual audiences: synchronous recorded classes.