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. This program may be completed in as few as 12 months and dual enrollment options are available. All courses listed below are offered each semester (fall, spring, summer) and students may take courses simultaneously to complete the program at an accelerated pace.
NURS 316 Writing and Critical Analysis of Health Related Issues
NURS 310 Information Technology in Nursing
NURS 305 Nursing Theory and Professional Practice
NURS 320 Ethical Issues and Legal Aspects for Nursing and Healthcare
NURS 405 Nursing Research and Seminar
NURS 410 Principles of Pathophysiology
NURS 327 Health Assessment
NURS 415 Sociocultural Contexts of Diversity
NURS 420 Community Health Nursing and Clinical Studies
NURS 425 Education Theory and Process of Teaching in Nursing
NURS 430 Leadership/Management in Professional Nursing