What Can a BSN Do For You?
"Rapidly expanding clinical knowledge and mounting complexities in health care mandate that professional nurses possess educational preparation commensurate with the diversified responsibilities required of them...In particular, preparation of the entry-level professional nurse requires a greater orientation to community-based primary health care, and an emphasis on health promotion, maintenance, and cost-effective coordinated care."
(American Association of Colleges of Nursing, Position Statement, Dec. 2000)
Then obtaining your BSN is the answer!
Which path is right for you...
BSN PROGRAM OUTCOMES AND BENEFITS
After completing the BSN program, the graduate will be able to:
Approved or Accredited by:
For specific questions not answered here, contact our prospective nursing advisor Linda Goodwin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 719.255.3867.
*3 credit hours of NURS 4450 Community Health clinical must be arranged by the student with faculty approval within the home community | NURS 3010 Pathophysiology - credit may be transferred in OR this course may be taken on site at the UCCS campus.
**Contact Kimberly Wilson regarding any exceptions at email@example.com.
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