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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) is designed for current registered nurses who carry either a diploma or associate's degree and who are now seeking to further their education and advance in their professional field. The values of Olivet Nazarene University allow students to undergo this education in an uplifting environment.
Cohort model; accelerated classes are offered either entirely online or in a hybrid format
Offered entirely online or at multiple locations throughout Illinois
Current registered nurses with either an associate’s degree in nursing or diploma in nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN) is designed for registered nurses who have earned either a diploma or an associate’s degree in nursing and desire to advance their personal, professional and educational goals. This bachelor’s degree is required for graduate study and is beneficial for professional advancement.
The RN-BSN is a degree completion program that develops leadership skills and an understanding of the dynamic health care environment to ensure that graduates can recommend constructive change and assimilate ethical, moral, spiritual, and professional concepts into their nursing practice. This is accomplished through a carefully designed sequence of learning strategies, including classroom instruction, research, and projects. Learners thrive upon the previous learning and professional experiences shared by each of the RN students in discussions. Individual and team skills develop as learners apply their studies in their practice setting and explore the attributes of other roles and settings as well.
Curriculum Introduction to Informatics and Baccalaureate Nursing
Introduction to Statistics
Understanding the Bible
Community Health Nursing
Global Health Care
Faith and Contemporary Issues
Leadership/Management in Nursing
Issues in Health Care, Law, and Ethics
Application of Pharmacology Principle to Baccalaureate Nursing Practice