Upon completion of the RN to BSN program the graduate will be able to apply leadership and management principles in the effective delivery of nursing care; integrate professional standards and ethical principles into nursing practice; incorporate teaching/learning principles in promoting health for diverse individuals, families, and populations. Evaluate the impact of trends and issues affecting health and access to health care and advocate for persons, groups, and communities based on awareness of ethical and legal issues affecting health care. It integrates technology in planning, delivery, and evaluation of nursing care.
The RN to BSN program has been created for the Associate Degree Registered Nurse who wishes to further their career with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Admission to this program is subject to proof of a complete ASN program at a Regional Board of Nursing approved program. Students may transfer up to 60 credits, which will be granted based on an Active RN License. If the student does not meet the requirement they must obtain these credits by means of CLEP, Institutional Challenge by Examination and/or actual courses in CENSA International College before beginning the RN to BSN core requirements. The RN to BSN program is offered in either onsite or online formats.
For the Online RN to BSN program students using a computer and an Internet Service Provider (ISP), are able to acquire the lecture content and workload a part of the RN to BSN program the same as in a face-to-face course. Students participate in virtual classroom meetings, review course materials online, and interact with other students and the instructor via e-mail, chat rooms and threaded discussions. They interact with classmates and instructors through online communication tools instead of face-to-face. This program is offered in English or Spanish.
Prior to completion student must successfully pass each course as listed in the Course Listing with a minimum of a “C” (75%). Upon meeting the requirements the student will be awarded a BSN Degree.
Admission into the RN to BSN program requires an ASN degree from a Regional Board of Nursing approved program and an active RN license from any US state or territory.
RN to BSN | Bachelor.
Books are required and can be purchased by the student or ordered through the school.
This program is available onsite and online.
This program is also available in Spanish (see policy on learning in a language other than English).
|COURSE #||GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE TITLE||HOURS|
|ICS 400||Introduction to Computer Science||3|
|AEC 403||Advanced English Composition||3|
|CUD 404||Cultural Diversity||3|
|GSC 405||Gender and Sexuality in the 21st Century||3|
|CUA 406||Cultural Adaptation||3|
|IAPE 407||Introduction to Academic and Personal Effectiveness||3|
|COURSE #||NURSING CORE COURSE TITLE||HOURS|
|APN 401||Advanced Pathophysiology for Nursing||4|
|EPH 403||Epidemiology: Public Health||3|
|STA 404||Statistical Application||3|
|HIT 406||Healthcare Information and Technology||3|
|EBRP 407||Evidence-Based Research and Practice||4|
|HON 408||Holistic Nursing||4|
|HPPP 409||Healthcare Policy and Political Process||4|
|GRD 411||Group Dynamics||4|
|NUT 413||Nursing Theory||4|
|ECN 414||Economic Concept of Nursing||3|
|TCLM 415||Theory Capstone: Leadership and Management||6|
|ENDS OF PROGRAM|
|NURSING CORE COURSE||42|
|RN to BSN TOTAL DURATION||120|
All values are expressed in current USD except as otherwise noted.
CIC offers grants of $10,000 and $ 5,000 for the nursing degree programs for those students who qualify under the following categories:
- Single parent
- Immigrants under the D.R.E.A.M Act.
- Head of Household
- First in family to pursue higher education
Number of credits transferred may affect grant amount. Contact us for more details.
If you need more information, you can contact us. You can apply online to this program by clicking the button below.
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