Bachelor of Nursing (B.S.N.)


Admissions for the AASN, BSN, and RN-to-BSN programs have been suspended until further notice.  Admission for the MSN program remains unaffected. ALL programs continue to be accreditated by ACEN.

Thank you for your interest in our nursing programs.  While we are not currently able to admit in the undergraduate nursing programs, we hope you explore our other offerings in the health sciences field at http://www.tnstate.edu/health_sciences. 

NOTE:   Regular updates about the nursing program may be obtained at http://www.tnstate.edu/nursing.  Additional questions about the bachelor's program can be directed to Dr. P Noble-Britton at pnoble@tnstate.edu.


Traditional BSN Degree Program

                 Our Students Learn to:

  • Develop and execute coordinated plans of care that incorporate the provision of holistic, ethical, culturally sensitive care for persons across the lifespan.
  • Use  a systematic framework for making clinical decisions to deliver safe and effective nursing care for the health promotion, maintenance, and restoration of individuals, families, and communities.
  • Critique current research evidence to promote the provision of safe delivery of care to clients.
  • Demonstrate leadership through participation in professional and community-based collaborative projects.
  • Use effective oral, written and current technology to collaborate with health care and transdisciplinary teams in establishing relationships that promote appropriate client outcomes.
  • Appraise ethical situations to promote engagement in activities that support advocacy, collaboration, social justice and leadership as health care professionals.

 


                                                          Outcome Data

Outcome data for various aspects of student achievement is important to share with our stakeholders. The three year completion rate for the BSN program is 91%. The NCLEX-RN pass rate is 63.6% for three years. Our BSN students have reported success at finding jobs in the various settings both locally and in other states. The 2017 reported employment rate is 64.6%.

BSN Student Data 2015-2017

 

2017

2016

2015

NCLEX-RN Pass Rate

49%

 78%

 64%

Completion Rate

 80%

 97%

 96%

Employment Rate

 100%

 100%

 No available data

 

About the Program
Admission Requirements
Departmental Requirements


For More Information

Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program
615-963-5273

Dr. Noble-Britton, pnoble@tnstate.edu


 

"Caring is the essence of Nursing." - Jean Watson

BSN2018

 

 BSN#2


Traditional BSN Degree Program
RN-BSN - Career Mobility BSN Program

 

                                Looking forward...

 MSN2018