The School of Nursing offers a four-year program of study leading to a Bachelor's of Science in Nursing (BSN). Graduates from the BSN program are eligible to sit for the NCLEX exam and become Registered Nurses. The School of Nursing also has programs targeted to meet the educational needs of individuals with Baccalaureate and Master's degrees in fields other than Nursing, as well as Registered Nurses who have completed Nursing Diplomas or Associate Degrees.
The Upper Division Nursing courses, along with the Lower Division foundation courses, are designed to prepare graduates as generalists in Nursing. Graduates are prepared to practice in a variety of professional roles in diverse health care settings.
The program (curriculum) objectives for the School of Nursing are the outcomes or behaviors the student will achieve upon completion of the program. Graduates of the program have the foundation for graduate study for advanced practice in Nursing.
The school of Nursing also offers Masters (M.S.N) degrees and post-Masters certificates in Nursing through our partnership with the Regents Online Degree Program.