Nursing RN-BSN Program
California University’s Department of Nursing offers an upper-division program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. This program is intended for registered nurses who have already completed a diploma or associate degree in Nursing.
The RN-BSN Program is specifically designed to provide the graduate with an educational foundation in the arts and sciences as well as nursing, to serve as a basis for graduate education and as a commitment to lifelong learning. The program assists the RN with the synthesis of theories and research findings into the role of the professional nurse, and builds upon the RN’s competencies in nursing by providing increasingly complex experiences in a variety of settings. Graduates are thus prepared to assume a wide range of professional nursing roles in diverse health care environments.
The program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Two Options for Completing the RN-BSN Program
Traditional Face-to-Face Classes
The RN-BSN Program is offered in its entirety in a traditional classroom at two locations: the California University of PA campus and the Community College of Allegheny County – South Campus in West Mifflin.
For more information about our traditional classes, call the Department of Nursing at 724-938-5739.
The RN-BSN Program is now available online. A new cohort will begin in Fall 2013. This accelerated option allows students who have met the general education requirements to complete the nursing courses in three semesters.
For more information about our Global Online classes, contact the Office of Web-Based Programs at 724-938-5958 or toll-free at 1-866-595-6348 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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