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Entry Level BSN Program

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Program Description

The entry level program is designed for students who are seeking initial licensure as a registered nurse (RN). Upon completion of the 121 credits the student is awarded a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and is eligible to sit for the National Licensure Examination for Registered Nurse (NCLEX).

The entry-level nursing program curriculum is completed following a minimum of 39 semester hours (or equivalent quarter hours) of specific undergraduate coursework. This coursework may be completed at a community college or university. Upon completion of the 39 semester hours, the student may apply to the nursing program.

The remaining 85 semester hours may be completed within 27 months in the nursing program. Each semester is a combination of didactic and clinical courses. The department requires enrolled students to complete the entire program. Individual requests for advanced placement, transfer of credit, or credit for experiential learning will be reviewed in line with college requirements.

* Once accepted into the entry level program on the NSU Miami Campus, students may apply for the Baptist Health South Florida Scholarship.

Program Goals

  1. Integrate knowledge, theory, and evidence-based research into current nursing practice.
  2. Assume a leadership role as the registered professional nurse in healthcare systems and diverse community settings.
  3. Engage in activities for continued professional growth

Program Outcomes

  1. Exhibit leadership that support of healthcare policies that promote safe quality nursing care within complex health care systems.
  2. Integrate evidence-based practices that support decision-making in the delivery of nursing care.
  3. Evaluate the effectiveness of patient and family centered nursing care based on nursing theories and evidence-based practice.
  4. Incorporate the concepts derived from liberal education to build an understanding of the human experience.
  5. Incorporate technology and information management to promote a safe practice environment.
  6. Engage in inter-professional collaboration to improve population health while considering fiscal and material resources in the delivery of safe nursing care.
  7. Integrate legal, ethical and professional values within generalist nursing practice.
  8. Collaborate with the inter-professional health community to provide culturally and spiritually competent patient and family centered care in health promotion and disease/injury prevention.