Bachelor of Science, Undergraduate Studies
The baccalaureate program is built on the foundation of liberal arts and nursing education that is aimed towards developing students’ abilities in critical thinking, effective communication, and the use of a systematic process for decision making.
There are three (3) program tracks of study at the baccalaureate level:
LPN to BSN, and
RN to BSN
Each is offered to a different type of entering student. The basic track (lower division and upper division) is offered for high school graduates and transfer students. College graduates with a non-nursing degree who have completed the prerequisite courses and transfer students who have completed the prerequisite courses enter the Basic Track (upper division) (Learn More)
The Graduate Program offers a program of study for the Master of Science in Nursing Degree with preparation as a family nurse practitioner. In addition, for nurses with a master’s in nursing, the Graduate Program offers the Post Master’s Certificate after completion of a two-semester full-time plan of study for preparation as a family nurse practitioner. All programs offered in the Division of Nursing are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.