BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) is a four-year program that includes general education, major, and professional nursing courses. From the first to the fourth year, clinical classes are embedded with a focus on nursing principles and related learning experiences (RLEs). The BSN program provides an intensive nursing practicum that will further develop and refine further nursing competencies to ensure achievement of the BSN program outcomes required of an entry level nurse.
The BSN program is designed to prepare professional nurses to assume entry-level positions in hospital facilities and community settings. The professional nurse is capable of providing safe, humane, quality, and holistic care to individuals in varying age, gender, and health-illness status; healthy or at-risk families; population groups; and community; singly or in collaboration with other health care providers, to promote health, prevent illness, restore health, alleviate suffering, and provide end-of-life care.