The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program has a long history of successful
graduates dating back to 1989.
The BSN program offers two program tracks and one specialty certification.
- The Traditional BSN program track started in 2023. The program is completed in eight semesters or less depending on
college course work previously completed. Graduates are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN
licensing exam and work as a registered nurse upon successful completion of the licensing
- The RN-BSN program track provides associate degree and diploma nurses the chance to enhance their opportunities
beyond the bedside and clinical practice area to the management and leadership arena
or graduate education. Students can maintain full-time employment while pursuing this degree
through asynchronous online learning and flexible, realistic practicum experiences
as a part-time or full-time student. Courses incorporate a variety of real-life projects
that assist you to broaden your knowledge and skills.
- School Nurse Certification provides the educational background for BSN prepared RNs to meet the WV Department
of Education criteria for employment as a school nurse.
Our faculty, staff, state-of-the-art equipped skills and simulation lab, and clinical
partners offer students an excellent opportunity to develop their professional skills.