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Science in Nursing

· Bachelor ·

  • DURATION: 4 years
  • LOCATION: On-site/Hybrid (part On-site & part Online)

Upon completion of the Baccalaureate Nursing program the graduate will be able to coordinate with the interdisciplinary team to assess, plan, implement, and evaluate safe effective care; deliver holistic care using critical thinking, sound decision making, and effective communication; plan, implement, and evaluate nursing care based on evidence from research and nursing practice; apply leadership and management principles as a novice professional nurse 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 integrate technology in planning, delivery, and evaluation of nursing care.
The Nursing BSN degree prepares graduates to enter professional positions in a variety of care settings with clients of all ages from diverse populations or for advancement to a graduate degree program in nursing. Baccalaureate graduates are prepared to practice as a generalist across the lifespan and in a variety of settings.

For the Hybrid 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 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.

During the clinical portion of the BSN program it is required for the student to physically attend the clinical site for this face-to-face component. The clinical site rotation will be coordinated with the Director of Nursing where the student will be sent to a clinical site affiliated with the Institution to fulfill the required clinical hours.

Prior to completion student must successfully pass each course as listed in the Course Listing with a minimum of a “C” (GPA 2.0). Upon meeting the requirements the student will be awarded a BSN Degree.


Course listing

Science in Nursing | Bachelor.

Books are required and can be purchased by the student or ordered through the school.
This program is available onsite and online. Please note, all clinical rotations must be done onsite.
This program is also available in Spanish (see policy on learning in a language other than English).

COURSE #GENERAL EDUCATION COURSE TITLEHOURS
ENC 100English Composition3
COA 101College Algebra3
EFC 102Effective Communication3
PSY 103Psychology3
HGD 110Human Growth & Development3
ICS 400Introduction to Computer Science3
PHI 401Philosophy3
SOC 402Sociology3
AEC 403Advanced English Composition3
CUD 404Cultural Diversity3
GSC 405Gender and Sexuality in the 21st Century3
IAPE 407Introduction to Academic and Personal Effectiveness3
GENERAL EDUCATION36
ELECTIVES
CUA 406Cultural Adaptation3
COURSE #PREREQUISITES COURSE TITLEHOURSSERVICE
HAPI 112Human Anatomy & Physiology I3
HAPLI 113Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab I130
HAPII 114Human Anatomy & Physiology II3
HAPLII 115Human Anatomy & Physiology Lab II130
CHE 116Chemistry3
CHEL 117Chemistry Lab130
MIC 118Microbiology and Infection Control3
ALM 119Alternative Medicine2
PREREQUISITES1790
COURSE #PROGRAM CORE COURSE TITLEHOURSSERVICE
INN 200Introduction to Nursing3
INLC 201Introduction to Nursing Lab & Clinical Skills390
HEA 202Health Assessment1
HEAL 203Health Assessment Lab260
ENDS OF NURSING 1ST TERM
NUT 204Nutrition2
PAHS 205Pharmacology Applied to Health Sciences3
MSN 206Medical Surgical Nursing5
MSNC 207Medical Surgical Nursing Clinical5150
ENDS OF NURSING 2ND TERM
MCN 208Maternal Child Nursing3
MCNC 209Maternal Child Nursing Clinical390
PEN 210Pediatric Nursing3
PNC 211Pediatric Nursing Clinical390
ENDS OF NURSING 3RD TERM
CNC 212Community Nursing Clinical390
PSN 213Psychiatric Nursing2
PNC 214Psychiatric Nursing Clinical260
APN 401Advanced Pathophysiology for Nursing4
ENDS OF NURSING 4TH TERM
EPH 403Epidemiology: Public Health3
STA 404Statistical Applications3
HIT 406Healthcare Information and Technology3
ENDS OF NURSING 5TH TERM
EBRP 407Evidence-Based Research and Practice4
HPPP 409Healthcare Policy and Political Process4
TCLM 415Theory Capstone: Leadership and Management6
ENDS OF NURSING 6TH TERM
NURSING CORE COURSE70630
BSN TOTAL DURATION120720

Program cost

All values are expressed in current USD except as otherwise noted.

INVESTMENT
Registration Fee$100.00
Program Tuition$49,570.92
Total investment$49,670.92
 

Grants

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
  • Minority
  • Immigrants under the D.R.E.A.M Act.
  • Head of Household
  • First in family to pursue higher education
  • Veterans

Number of credits transferred may affect grant amount. Contact us for more details.


What can i do now?

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