Bachelor's Degree Program
From traditional-age learners to licensed RNs, undergraduate students at the School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions benefit from a rigorous degree program grounded in the College's distinctive liberal arts curriculum, leading to their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree.
Students interact with a wide range of disciplines across science, math, literature, and the arts to gain the valuable critical thinking, analysis, and communication skills needed to succeed in today's marketplace.
Supported by vast professional preparation and experiential learning opportunities, students synthesize the concepts explored in both the liberal arts and professional components of their education. As a result, our graduates are prepared to practice within a holistic care framework, engage in evidence-based treatment, collaborate across disciplines and fields, and demonstrate exceptionally high levels of accountability and leadership.
The Bachelor's Degree program is open to incoming freshmen and transfer students who are attending or have previously attended any accredited two- or four-year college or university. The RN-BSN program is designed to meet the needs of working registered nurses, with many courses offered online.
The School of Nursing & Healthcare Professions also offers two nursing degree tracks tailored for students who wish to transition into the nursing profession and who have already completed a bachelor's degree in another field of study. Students may take the BSN Second Degree Program on the Individualized track, which includes a liberal arts foundation, or the Accelerated track, which may be completed over the course of 18 months.