College of Education

Nursing Major (BSN Adult)

This Bachelor of Science Nursing program (RN to BSN) is a post-licensure program for Registered Nurses designed to advance the knowledge and skills of nursing professionals through an integration of learning and experience. The combination of theoretical inquiry and practical application is integrated so that students can gain insight into ethics in health care, professional and evidence-based practice, interdisciplinary collaboration and communication, leadership, management, care coordination and community health. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared to be leaders and lifelong learners who can adapt to developments in health care delivery and the diverse patient population.

General Education Requirements

All degree seeking undergraduate students must complete the general education requirements.

Degree Requirements

Bachelor of Science degree consists of a major of typically 45 to 60 credits, general education courses, and elective courses totaling a minimum of 120 credits.

Required (and in sequence)
NUR 330Ethics & Decision Making in Nursing Practice4
NUR 345Professional Practice and Role Development in Nursing4
NUR 360Transcultural Nursing & Advanced Health Assessment4
NUR 375Evidence-Based Practice4
NUR 400Leadership and Management in Nursing4
NUR 430Nursing Informatics4
NUR 445Introduction to Care Coordination & Case Management4
NUR 460Community Health Nursing4
NUR 475Nursing Capstone4
Total Credits36