The RN-to-BSN Program supports lifelong learning and preparation of a nursing workforce that transforms the health of communities. Topics include social justice, leadership, health policy and care coordination. The program offers a blended format of face-to-face and online coursework to accommodate working students in completing their baccalaureate nursing education while balancing work, home and school responsibilities.
About our Program
At a Glance
Area of Study
Number of Credits
4 quarters (full-time), 8 quarters (part-time)
Community Health Nursing | Public Health Nursing | Outpatient Clinic Services | Leadership and Management | Pathway to graduate programs including Nurse Practitioner
- Assimilate theories and concepts learned through the sciences and humanities into professional nursing practice.
- Access, appraise and synthesize credibility of varied sources of evidence to inform clinical judgment and organizational decisionmaking for optimal healthcare delivery.
- Promote a culture of evidence-based practice by integrating clinical expertise and diverse perspectives that support patient-centered care and optimal health outcomes.
- Advocate for access to and delivery of equitable health care services with an understanding of the influences of individual, sociocultural, legal and policy factors.
- Apply principles of leadership, systems theory, quality improvement, and interdisciplinary communication to promote patient safety and quality care in a variety of settings.
- Advocate for and practice health promotion and disease prevention strategies to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, communities, and populations.
- Coordinate the delivery of healthcare services through effective professional communication, patient care technology, and interdisciplinary collaboration.
- Provide BSN generalist care within the context of evolving professional standards and a commitment to life-long learning.
I am grateful to have been in this cohort, and am especially thankful to have done this in classroom experience as opposed to an online program. The classroom experience has provided networking experiences that would not of occurred in an online program, and I have made some professional and personal contacts I will have for life.
The Nursing Program is specifically designed for nurses who have completed a pre-licensure associate degree or diploma nursing program and currently have their RN licensure or are eligible to take the NCLEX-RN exam.
45 credits / 4 quarters (full-time), 8 quarters (part-time)
For a complete listing of Nursing Program courses and admission requirements, please visit the college's website.