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Generic Pre-Licensure Program
Pre-Licensure Nursing Program
The BSN can be completed in four academic years including one summer session. Students should be aware that scholarships and Pell grants are not available to pay for summer session courses which become the responsibility of the nursing student. Nursing students should have funds available to pay for nine hours of course work in addition to fees associated with the nursing program during the required summer session. The application deadline for Fall Admission is March 1st of each year for pre-licensure students. However, late applications are accepted and considered based on availability. The nursing program is a full-time program of study.
Nursing program graduates will be prepared as generalists for entry-level practice to meet the following competency outcomes:
Use Evidence based practice to provide, design, and manage safe, culturally sensitive, and cost effective patient centered nursing care to clients across the life span in all settings.
Incorporate inter-professional communication in all aspects of care with clients, colleagues, and community partners.
Integrate evidence-based practice, nursing theory, and knowledge from other disciplines to guide nursing practice.
Assume professional responsibility and legal/ethical accountability in professional nursing practice.
Demonstrate proficiency with informatics and information systems to provide, manage, and document safe, effective, patient centered care.
For more information please call 931-424-4663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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