RN-BSN PROGRAM CURRICULUM

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Overview

The RN-BSN program is completed in 4 semesters for a total of 16 months.  You can find a complete list of Course Descriptions here (pdf).

Schedule for January Start

Spring
407- Public Health: Nursing Care of Populations (3 credits)
402- Evidence-Based Practice (3 credits)
301- Research Methods and Statistics (3 credits)

Summer
419- Organizational Leadership in Quality and Safety (3 credits)

Fall
405- Pathophysiologic & Pharmacologic Concepts (3 credits)
403- Ethical Decision-Making & Spirituality (3 credits)
418- Global Perspectives in Healthcare (3 credits)

Spring
408- Health Promotion and Disease in the Community (3 credits)
420- Advanced Issues in Nursing Leadership (3 credits)
494- Senior Seminar (3 credits)

Schedule for August Start

Fall
407- Public Health: Nursing Care of Populations (3 credits)
402- Evidence-Based Practice (3 credits)
301- Research Methods and Statistics (3 credits)

Spring
405- Pathophysiologic & Pharmacologic Concepts (3 credits)
403- Ethical Decision-Making & Spirituality (3 credits)
418- Global Perspectives in Healthcare (3 credits)

Summer
419- Organizational Leadership in Quality and Safety (3 credits)

Fall
408- Health Promotion and Disease in the Community (3 credits)
420- Advanced Issues in Nursing Leadership (3 credits)
494- Senior Seminar (3 credits)

Pre-Requisite and Core Course Completion

Some students may need to complete pre-requisite coursework before starting the program. All students will complete two core courses, a 300-level English (3 credits) and a 300-level Integrated Learning Community (ILC) course (4 credits). Pre-requisites may be completed through the University of Providence online. Students choosing to take pre-requisite courses at another college or university must work with the Program Manager to ensure the transferability of these courses.