As many facilities are working toward 80% BSN by 2020 and the Affordable Care Act is pressuring facilities to place even more emphasis on managing readmissions and costs, a BSN degree is becoming more crucial every day. Our BSN curriculum focuses on the most relevant areas of nursing today: management, community health, strategic planning and more. And students say they can immediately apply what they learn to their careers.
The RN to BSN degree program is based on the Colorado Nursing Articulation Model. Nursing students will be awarded 60 credit hours of the total 120 credit hours for their U.S. RN license and original nursing curriculum, including foundational courses, from an associate degree in nursing or a diploma in nursing. View more information on RN to BSN practice experiences.
General Educations Notes
Nurses educated outside of the United States will be required to take ENG105 Beginning Writing as their first course.
Students holding a bachelor’s degree in another field will automatically be awarded 30 general education credits hours for the RN to BSN.
American Sentinel has partnered with Sophia Pathways to offer undergraduate general education alternatives making it more convenient to achieve your degree.
|REQUIRED MAJOR COURSES (30 credit hours)|
|BSN405 Reflective Practice, Issues & Trends||3|
|BSN410 Health Care Delivery and Quality Outcomes||3|
|BSN415 Nursing Management Strategies||3|
|BSN421PE Leadership and Strategic Planning||3|
|BSN422 Nursing Research||3|
|BSN432PE Community Health||3|
|BSN436 Developing Nursing Practice||3|
|BSN437PE Health Assessment||3|
|BSN440 Case Management||3|
|BSN499 Capstone Project||3|