Bachelor of Nursing (B.S.N.)
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Traditional BSN Degree Program
Our Students Learn:
1. The provision of holistic, ethical and culturally sensitive care for persons across the lifespan
2. To use professional standards of practice and the nursing processas a framework for making clinical decisions to deliver safe and effective nursing care for the health promotion, maintenance, and restoration of individuals, families and communities.
3. To apply research findings in the provision of evidence based nursing care.
4. To demonstrate leadership through participation in professional and community-based collaborative projects.
5. To provide client education at the individual, family, and community levels that empowers the client to make appropriate lifestyle changes
6. To model professional identification, commitment and accountability through involvement with professional organizations.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Technology Requirements and Resources
Technology Helpdesk -615-963-7777 or http://www.tnstate.edu/cit/helpdesk.aspx
FOR MORE INFORMATION
RN-BSN: Career Mobility BSN Program
NURS 3060 Pathophysiology will no longer be taught in the School of Nursing. The course is now being taught in the Biology Department. The course is listed under the Biology Department as BIOL 4272/4273. If you have any questions please contact the BSN office: 615-963-5273.
NURS 2500 Introduction to Nursing is no longer a prerequisite for the baccalaureate degree in nursing.
Chemistry is not required in the BSN Program.