RN-to-BSN Bridge Program

RN-to-BSN program outcomes

Graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program are prepared to practice professional nursing as a generalist with skills that are applicable across all health care settings. They are also prepared to enter graduate study.

At the completion of the BSN degree program, the graduate will be able to:

  1. Practice professional nursing from a holistic, visionary, culturally competent, fiscally responsible base, as they design, manage, and coordinate care for individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations.
  2. Synthesize and apply knowledge from nursing theory, practice, research, and the liberal arts and sciences to professional nursing practice.
  3. Integrate and demonstrate beginning leadership and management skills utilizing critical and creative thinking, ethical decision making, and evidenced-based practice.
  4. Design, manage, and coordinate care to patients, families, groups, and communities utilizing communication skills honed by self-awareness and self-evaluation.
  5. Advocate for patients, families, groups, and communities based on a respect for cultural diversity and an understanding of the impact of political and regulatory process on health care.
  6. Collaborate and communicate, using a variety of modalities, with patients, families, and interdisciplinary team members to maximize patient’s level of wellness.
  7. Value the practices of lifelong learning while building and leading inter-professional healthcare teams.

The RN-to-BSN curriculum can be completed part-time in 12 months or uniquely designed to meet the specific students’ needs.