Degree Completion Program for registered Nurses
The Barbara H. Hagan School of Nursing RN degree completion program is designed with you-- the busy RN who is working toward a bachelor's degree-in mind! We offer an online program that accommodates your life and work schedule.
The RN Degree Completion program emphasizes population health, public health and world health issues. The curriculum is designed to build on your experience, to enhance your knowledge and skills, and to prepare you as a leader in an ever-changing health care system. The B.S. degree also establishes a strong foundation for graduate nursing education and advanced nursing roles.
Required Nursing Courses:
|NUR 2490||Humanistic Nursing Concepts for Professional Practice|
|ENV 1010||Introduction to Environmental Issues|
|NUR 3500||Health Assessment in the Community|
|NUR 3510||Integrative Nursing Practice|
|NUR 3520||Culture of Health in Chronic Illness|
|NUR 3530||Public Health Issues in World Health|
|NUR 3890||Nursing Research|
|NUR 4960||Leadership Management|
Nursing credits = 24
Residency credits = 3
Total credits = 128
The remaining credits will permit you to pursue a minor in an area complementary to nursing.
Not sure if this is the right fit for you? Ask yourself these questions:
- Are you a licensed R.N. with an associate degree in nursing?
- Are you a self-motivated student who is interested in taking courses in an online format?
- Do you want to shorten your time to degree completion with prior learning credits and accelerated summer semesters?
- Do you want to take the next step in your career?
Complete your degree online at $525 per credit*
While enrolled in our fully online format, you will enjoy the benefits of the same high-quality curriculum, a reduced tuition cost, and priority registration. To get started earning an online bachelor's degree, apply now!
*All classes must be taken online.
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