Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

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Nightingale College’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program is designed for working professionals who want to elevate healthcare. The aim of our Program is to advance your nursing skills and improve the healthcare delivery of your employer by obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing.

The BSN Program is available in many areas.

The hybrid-virtual format allows learners to engage in online didactic instruction with on-ground experiential learning in a Dedicated Distance Cohort (DDC) Area, and learn disease management, treatment, and prevention as well as promotion of health from the standpoint of nursing. The curriculum is specifically constructed to promote career mobility in nursing.

The College’s Program should not be considered “just another BSN program.” Here at Nightingale, every degree matters and classes are designed to stretch and elevate the patient care provided. Check out the Program’s course curriculum or head over to the requirements page to learn more about the admission process and any prerequisites.

To view the BSN 32-month program cost: click here. 

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Program Features

Graduate in as few as 32 Months

Online Didactic Instruction

Local Experiential Learning

Advanced Placement for Qualified LPNs

Program Overview

Tuition & Financial Aid

Course Descriptions

Round Deadlines

Round 1

Deadline

May 31, 2019

Round 2

Deadline

June 30, 2019

Round 3

Deadline

August 2, 2019

*After each round, acceptance and denial letters are sent to applicants. When cohorts are filled the Admission department will begin accepting applications for the next start date. It is highly recommended that you submit your application as early as possible.

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What You’ll Learn

The BSN Program is designed to prepare learners to apply for RN licensure and take the NCLEX-RN®exam. At the conclusion of the Program, graduates will have a full understanding of nursing core concepts that go beyond what was taught in the ADN Program.

✓ Competent, Client-Centered Care ✓ Clinical Judgment Expertise ✓ Leadership and Management Skills ✓ Effective Communication Strategies