RN to BSN Program Description
The Associate to Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree provides a course of study designed to enhance the critical thinking and communication skills of current registered nurses while concurrently developing their leadership abilities. Essential areas of baccalaureate nursing education content not provided in associate degree nursing education are incorporated in order to expand the RN's education to the BSN degree. This includes: community and population health, nursing research and evidence-based nursing practice, systems management, plus leadership in nursing.
This bachelor degree completion program for the RN is fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), adhering to NNU's commitment to the core values of Transformation, Truth, Community, and Service.
Full Time Faculty
Dr. Leonie Sutherland, Interim Chief Nurse Administrator
Michelle Hunt, Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Programs