Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) Completion Program
The B.S.N. program is conveniently offered in a format that meets working students’ needs, allowing students to maintain a full-time job while earning a bachelor’s degree. As a member of a cohort learning group, students will attend class just one evening per week for 30 months. Students will also work with a smaller group within the cohort for about four hours per week developing group projects, papers, or presentations, and be part of a learning community that encourages and supports student growth as a professional nurse.
The courses run from 5 to 9 p.m. one night each week, except for the two clinical courses. The two clinical courses are:
- NUR 420, which runs from 8 a.m.-7:30 p.m.
- NUR 430; clinical hours are arranged by the student, preceptor and faculty
The courses are taught over six-, eight-, or 10-week time periods, depending on the number of credits, and each course has either 18 or 25 hours of mandatory study team meetings outside of class time. The study teams decide the times and dates of the meetings.