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Nursing Program - RN to BSN

Offered: On Campus Apply

The nursing department seeks to provide quality undergraduate and graduate nursing programs that promote academic excellence while integrating the values of truth, virtue, and service.

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)

The RN to BSN program combines innovative curriculum, interdisciplinary teaching, and collaborative partnerships in a values-based baccalaureate program. The two-year course of study promotes critical inquiry, enhances the nurse’s skill set, and prepares the nurse for leadership roles in the healthcare environment.

Accreditations

American Association of Colleges of Nursing
West Coast Science
Western Association of Schools & Colleges
Council for Christian Colleges & Universities
Assemblies of God

Meet Our Faculty

Annette Callis

Annette Callis

Associate Professor of Nursing
Nursing
Julie De la O

Julie De la O

Admissions Counselor
Nursing, Graduate Admissions

Alison Forbes

Adjunct
Nursing

Tracey Larsen

Adjunct
Nursing
Itzel Murillo

Itzel Murillo

Student Success Coordinator
Nursing
Terri Quinones

Terri Quinones

Nursing Student Services Coordinator
Nursing, Professional Studies Admissions

Elizabeth Styffe

Adjunct
Nursing
Mary Wickman

Mary Wickman

Director of Nursing Program; Professor of Nursing
School of Professional Studies, Nursing
Julia Wilson

Julia Wilson

Chair, Nursing; Associate Professor of Nursing
School of Professional Studies, Nursing

A Sampling of Professional Studies: Nursing Courses

NURS 410

Principles of Pathophysiology

Principles of Pathophysiology

This course presents knowledge of pathophysiology, using a systems approach, as applied to current nursing practice. Selected major health problems, their pathophysiology and medical treatment are discussed. Topics from various scientific and clinical areas will be explored and coordinated with other courses in the nursing program.

NURS 420

Community Health Nursing and Clinical Studies

Community Health Nursing and Clinical Studies

This course, through both classroom and clinical experience in community settings, will help the student develop skills in providing nursing care to individuals, families, and/or communities. Issues such as Child Abuse and family violence will be discussed. Ninety hours of clinical practice in public/community health settings are required to successfully complete this course. The remainder of the required Child Abuse content for the Public Health Nurse certificate (PHN) is included (5 hours). Two additional hours of Child Abuse content is covered in NURS 325 Multi-dimensional Assessment or NURS 420 Community Health.

*Note: There may be additional clinical/health requirements or updates that need to be submitted prior to beginning this course. All clinical/health requirements are to be uploaded in an immunization tracker system (contracted by the university).

NURS 325

Multi-Dimensional Assessment

Multi-Dimensional Assessment

The purpose of this course is to provide the student with the opportunity to be equipped with skills necessary to do a multi-dimensional health assessment of their identified client. Emphasis is placed on the concepts of bio-psycho-social, spiritual, cultural, and community health care needs in performing the holistic examination of the individual. Additional emphasis will include the client’s health care needs, levels of prevention and growth and development of the individual across the lifespan. Two hours of the required Child Abuse content for the Public Health Nurse certificate (PHN) will be included in this course.


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