The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program is designed for registered nurses who desire a baccalaureate degree in nursing. It provides career mobility for the associate degree and diploma graduate nurse. The program is designed to prepare nurse generalists who function as a leader, manager, and advocate when providing patient-centered care in an inter-professional collaborative environment through the use of knowledge, skills, professional values, critical thinking, and professional development.
*Post-Graduates: Students with previous four-year degrees may receive credit for meeting core curriculum requirements pending the registrar approval.
NURS 3320: Health Assessment (3 cr)
NURS 3360: Nursing Ethics (3 cr)
NURS 3380: Evidence-based Practice (3 cr; full semester)
NURS 3370: Informatics and Healthcare Technologies (3 cr)
NURS 4410: Population Health Nursing (5 cr; full semester)
NURS 4430: Nursing Leadership (3 cr)
NURS 4440: Application of Evidence-based Practice (5 cr; full semester)
NURS 4450: Healthcare Delivery: Political, Social and Economic Influences (3 cr)