The purpose of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Holy Family College is to develop professional nurse leaders in all areas of practice who can respond to the health care needs of a changing society.
Holy Family College's RN to BSN Completion Program is 100 percent online and offers partner organizations their first course free and a tuition discount. The baccalaureate degree program at Holy Family College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.ccneaccreditation.org). The program requires 120 credits, of which 90 credits can be completed through transfer. Courses are offered one, every eight weeks.
This guide is a resource for working registered nurses (RNs), especially for those who are considering completing a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. It includes information about the career prospects for RNs with a BSN as well as details about Holy Family College’s part-time, online program for degree completion. We hope this resource will inform you about the growing need for well-trained nurses with a BSN degree in today’s healthcare environment and about your education options here at Holy Family College.
*Student Learning Outcome No. 9 applies to the BSN Completion Program.
The Early Entry RN-to-BSN option is designed for students currently enrolled in an Associate Degree in Nursing Program at an ACEN Accredited Technical College who would like to begin working on their BSN while studying to obtain their RN license.
|RN TO BSN PROGRAM*||
|NRS 310 Health Assessment||3|
|NRS 311 Health Promotion and Disease Management||3|
|NRS 312 Theoretical Foundations||4|
|NRS 313 Nursing Research||3|
|NRS 410 Community Health Nursing||4|
|NRS 411 Nursing Management and Leadership||4|
|NRS 413 Nursing Capstone||3|
*A credit evaluation will determine which additional liberal arts courses are required.
Go to our course information page to browse our current course schedule.