Azusa Pacific University System
Bachelor of Science
Nursing (RN to BSN)
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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN to BSN) program is designed to enhance the knowledge and skills of registered nurses in critical areas such as evidence-based practice, assessment, data analysis, nursing leadership, and public and community health. This program is for those who are already licensed as registered nurses with an associate degree in nursing from an accredited institution or with an RN diploma from a hospital school of nursing and desire to complete the BSN degree.
- Apply critical thinking, reasoning, assessment, and clinical decision making.
- Analyze nursing data, theories, and models in relation to professional nursing practice.
- Manage information technology in a variety of settings in the delivery of quality patient care.
- Manage information technology in a variety of settings as an adjunct in the delivery of quality patient care.
- Demonstrate effective interprofessional communication and collaboration.
- Integrate a Christian worldview .
A variety of advanced health professions including Nurse Manager, Nursing Director, Health Educator, Case Manager, Quality Coordinator, Public Health Nurse.
A concentration is similar to a minor, but more integrated and with no extra units added to the degree. Each program allows you to choose a concentration to sharpen your skills and specialize in a focused area of study.
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