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Bachelor of Science in Nursing, BSN

Be on the Front Lines of Health Care
  • 120

    Students Accepted To Prelicensure Program Each Year With Fall And Spring Admission Cycles

  • 1 Year

    RN-BSN Degree Completion

Nursing, BSN Program Overview
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Learn To

Demonstrate foundational clinical judgment and innovative practice by integration, translation, and application of nursing knowledge.

Apply evidence-based, individualized holistic care to achieve positive health outcomes.

Collaborate with other health professionals, community partners, and the public to protect human rights, promote health, and reduce health disparities.

Apply evidence-based knowledge to advance individual and population health.

Integrate safety and quality as essential components of practice.

Promote interprofessional collaboration with care team members, patients, families, and communities to optimize care.

Integrate knowledge of healthcare systems through innovation and evidence-based practice to optimize care.

Utilize informatics and healthcare technology to improve delivery of nursing care.

Integrate nursing values and integrity to promote social justice in professional nursing practice and health policy.

Engage in behaviors that foster personal health, resilience, well-being, lifelong learning and support the acquisition of nursing expertise and leadership skills.

Find your career as a:

Provide ongoing mentorship and serve as examples to students through various stages of hands-on learning. (Source)

Administer medications, provide ongoing wound care, or carefully document patient vital signs to ensure patients are pain-free. (Source)

Assess and identify patients' needs, then implement and monitor the patient's medical plan and treatment. (Source)

A registered nurse who works in short-term roles at hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare facilities around the world. (Source)

Provide specialized care for patients who are experiencing acute and long-term health consequences associated with victimization or violence, and/or have unmet evidentiary needs relative to having been victimized or accused of victimization. (Source)

Responsible for the delivery of patient care in clinical trials, which might involve nursing duties such as administering medications or other treatments and collecting data needed to determine the effectiveness of the treatment. (Source)