Bachelor of Science in Nursing Programs

Developing leaders for tomorrow's health care!

Our BSN graduates are widely sought after because they are prepared to practice as professional nurses - indispensable members of interprofessional health care teams. Graduates are skilled in providing patient-centered care and are developed to become leaders in health care.

Excellence in nursing education.

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    BSN Traditional Program

    Four (4) consecutive semesters taught on-campus & at various clinical sites in the Galveston & Greater Houston area, including the Texas Medical Center, preparing students to become competent registered nurses giving patient-centered care.

      BSN Traditional Honors Program

      Four (4) consecutive semesters taught on-campus & at various clinical sites in the Galveston & Greater Houston area, including the Texas Medical Center, preparing students to become competent registered nurses giving patient-centered care.

        RN to BSN Program

        Designed specifically for licensed registered nurses (RN) seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). We recognize the skills & accomplishments of nurses prepared at the Associate Degree level & offer a streamlined approach for earning a BSN in only two (2) semesters.

        Graduates of the BSN program will demonstrate the ability to...

        Understanding

        Synthesize knowledge from the arts, humanities & the natural & social sciences as the basis for decision-making & understanding the complexity of nursing practice in a variety of settings.

        Application

        Apply the nursing process to implement evidence-based practice, holistic, patient-centered nursing care, employing informatics & other state-of-the-art technologies.

        Collaboration

        Collaborate in interprofessional health care teams to create a therapeutic & safe environment that results in high quality patient outcomes.

        Communication

        Employ effective oral, written & electronic communication to facilitate information sharing, care giving, & interprofessional collaboration.

        Leadership

        Demonstrate leadership skills in the management & coordination of nursing care across the lifespan to promote health, provide healing & prevent injury & disease for individuals, families & populations.

        Values

        Employ core values of nursing practice & ethical principles to maintain the highest standards of professionalism in the provision of culturally appropriate care.

        Analysis

        Analyze the impact of health policy, finance & regulations on patients & professional nursing practice in health care systems.

        Accountability

        Demonstrate accountability for personal & professional behaviors when providing, managing & coordinating nursing care & evaluating one’s own practice.