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All students seeking advanced standing will be required to meet the same prerequisites and terminal objectives of the college as traditional students. Advanced placement credit may be obtained by transfer credit or challenge credit. Those seeking advanced placement in the baccalaureate program must meet the following requirements:
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher
  • RN's within 3 years of graduation may apply for entry to the program without clinical practice experience.
  • RN's 3 years post graduation must have clinical practice experiences of at least 1,000 hours within the past 3 years or completion of an approved RN Refresher course
    *At least one letter of support documenting at least 1,000 hours of clinical practice experiences
  • Advanced placement students must have an active RN license
  • Request information related to the "Colorado Articulation" to answer additional questions for Registered Nurses seeking advanced placement

Course Description

After completing the BSN program, the graduate will be able to:
  • Function in the beginning role of a baccalaureate generalist nurse in settings that cross all populations and environments
  • Be proficient in the core nursing competencies of clinical/critical reasoning, patient safety, and quality improvement principles
  • Maintain interprofessional collaboration and communication to improve healthcare outcomes
  • Master the required core knowledge for baccalaureate generalist nursing practice
  • Demonstrate professionalism and its values (including altruism, autonomy, human dignity, social justice, and integrity) as a baccalaureate generalist nurse

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