This full-time bachelor’s degree program can be completed in two years. Classes take place one night per week, with some classes being provided in an online format.
This program is fully accredited by The Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
|NUR 250 Biochemistry for Nursing (3)||IDS 410 Bioethics in Healthcare (3)|
|NUR 317 Nursing Communication (3)||NUR 329 Research for the Nursing Profession (3)|
|NUR 319 Nursing Education (3)||IDS 420 Integrated Social Sciences (3)|
|IDS 400 Humanities: Holistic Approach (3)||IDS 300 Statistical Methods for the Healthcare Professional (3)|
|ART 351 Arts & Life (3)||PSY 443 Psychology of Work Life (3)|
|NUR 321 Nursing Applications (3)||NUR 413 Nursing & Healthcare Systems (3)|
|NUR 414 Nursing Care in Community I (3)||NUR 422 Management & Leadership (3)|
|NUR 451 Nurse Project I (3)||NUR 452 Nurse Project II (3)|
|NUR 415 Nursing Care in the Community II (2)|
The healthcare field boasts numerous opportunities for graduates with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing. Home health care, employment in a hospital, working with a doctor, a medical specialist or private practice, hospice care, residential facilities, schools and colleges, department of corrections, and many other options are available to the graduate with this degree.
Martha Hartley, MSN
Assistant Professor of Community Nursing / Director, RN-BSN Completion Program | B.S.N., East Tennessee State University | M.S.N., University of New Mexico
Linda Smedburg, MSN
Assistant Professor of Nursing | A.A.S., Buck County Community College | B.S.N., WinstonSalem State University | M.S.N., University of North Carolina at Greensboro
For additional information on our RN to BSN program please download our brochure
Martha Hartley, Director, RN to BSN Program