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Seek. Serve. Grow.

I have always had a heart for people and for service. I wanted a profession that gave me an opportunity to work directly with people and a profession that could utilize my skills to serve others who truly need it. What better profession than nursing? You get that chance every single day.
Danica Cox ’12

Earn your Bachelor of Science in Nursing in just one year, all online!

Prepare for career enhancement and transitions in the changing health care system.

Increase your mobility and earning power.

4-week classes include topics such as:

  • Evidence-based practice
  • Interprofessional communication
  • Quality and Safety Education for Nurses (QSEN)
  • Leadership and management

Admission requirements:

  • Application
  • Associate’s degree in nursing (ASN or ADN)
  • Unencumbered nursing license
  • 2.5 GPA

Transfer credit:

  • Up to 20 hours of nursing credit is available for proficiency validated by licensure.

Tuition:

  • $500 per credit hour
  • Plus books, fees, insurance, technical support, etc.

Coursework:

Prior Coursework:
  • Anatomy & Physiology — 3–5 credits
  • Microbiology — 4–6 credits
  • General Psychology — 3 credits
  • Developmental Psychology — 3 credits
  • Sociology — 3 credits
  • Statistics — 3 credits
  • English Comp II — 3 credits
  • Speech — 3 credits
  • Pathophysiology — 3 credits
  • GE College Requirements — 18 credits
BSN Coursework:
  • Transition to Baccalaureate Nursing — 3 credits
  • Health Assessment for Experienced Nurse — 3 credits
  • Interprofessional Healthcare Organizations — 3 credits
  • Technology in Healthcare — 3 credits
  • Healthcare Ethics — 3 credits
  • Evidence-based Practice — 3 credits
  • Quality & Safety in Nursing — 3 credits
  • Practical Skills for Managing Interpersonal Conflict — 2 credits
  • Nursing in the Community with Practicum — 3 credits
  • Basic Issues of Faith & Life — 4 credits
  • Nursing Leadership and Management with Practicum — 4 credits