The Bachelor’s in Nursing degree program provides students with a foundation in the humanities and the biological, social, and behavioral sciences. Students are able to apply this foundation, as well as a strong base in nursing science, to the professional practice of nursing. In addition to achieving the professional goals of the nursing program, students also become responsible members of society and are required to complete the university general education core requirements.
The Bachelor’s in Nursing program includes a practice component for students to apply nursing theory and skills in caring for individuals, families, groups, and communities in clinical health care settings.
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Clark Egnor, Ed.D.
Coordinator of International Programs
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