RN to BSN
Prepare to be a leader in the expanding world of health care
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Campbell remains committed to preparing students to excel in the ever-expanding world of healthcare. This program will contribute to the mission of the University by educating students to become caring, ethical care providers with interprofessional healthcare team skills.
There is a growing demand for competent and well-trained nurses. Those who possess a BSN degree have more career mobility, experiences, and education with an emphasis on communication, clinical reasoning, and leadership. The RN to BSN (RN-BSN) program builds on previous learning, preparing nurses for a higher level of nursing practice, and providing RNs with the education necessary to move forward in their nursing careers.
The RN-BSN student will be involved in experiential learning centered on professional practice, health promotion, leadership, health policy, population health, transitions, and healthcare for vulnerable populations. Positions available for the RN-BSN include: Nurse Manager, Clinical Nurse Educator, Population Health, Clinical Research, Skills Lab Instructor, Nurse Navigator, Quality Improvement, Care Coordinator, and Case Manager.View Curriculum Info
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- Associate degree in nursing from a community college
- GPA 2.0 or higher
- A grade of at least C on transferable courses
- Hold an unencumbered registered nurse license
- Provide a resume
- Is currently practicing as a registered nurse
- The applicant will be required to complete a background check and 12-panel drug
screen (if not already required by current employer).