Bachelor of Science in Nursing (RN-BSN)
Capture: The online solution for adults to conveniently complete their BSN degree.
Benefits: The RN-BSN graduate will gain new career options, expertise, and knowledge needed for future nursing success.
Skills: The Registered Nurse will learn about leadership, patient education, community health, problem-solving, and other capabilities needed for positions in health care.
Quality and Convenience: This program has been viewed as an advanced and balanced approach to education by professional educators and employers. The program has world-wide appeal for multiple nursing opportunities. With 8 week classes, the program is fast and can be completed in 18-24 months.
Growth potential: Tested principles of adult learning theory are incorporated to make all classes stimulating, relevant, challenging, and rewarding.
Jobs opportunities: Hospital setting, Nursing Management, Medical Clinics, Long-term Care Facilities, Schools, Community Health, Occupational Health, and Missionary Options.
Program Description: The rationale behind all programs at HLGU are to: exercise a stewardship of learning that embraces all of its constituents, provide a strong educational experience, maintain high standards of academic and personal excellence in a biblically based Christian environment, promote the life of service in keeping with the example of Jesus Christ, and to serve additional needs of the community through continuing education.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing Degree for Registered Nurses Program (RN to BSN) admitted its first students in September 1986. This program is designed specifically for working registered nurses. It offers to associate-degree or diploma nurses an opportunity to proceed with liberal arts education and upper-level nursing curriculum leading to a BSN. To graduate from the RN to BSN Program, students must satisfy all entry and curriculum requirements as well as the Graduation Requirements listed in the Academic Policies section of the catalog.