Ferris State University - Statewide & Online: 2013-14 View Book - page 41

Nursing RN to BSN
Designed for working nurses who want to build on prior
nursing education, the Ferris Bachelor of Science in Nursing
equips students with the theory-based knowledge and skills
to work in many of the new fields of nursing. The program
provides students with knowledge on illness prevention, health
promotion and maintenance, counseling and education and
rehabilitative services. Students will acquire the skills and self-
assurance that will qualify them for diverse career opportunities
upon graduation. They will be prepared to lead health care
teams, coordinate and plan nursing care for a variety of clients,
collaborate with other health professionals and make confident,
independent decisions. Graduates will be prepared to assume
leadership roles for coordinating and planning nursing care. Job
opportunities are fast growing and diverse. The baccalaureate
nursing program also serves as the foundation for graduate
nursing studies. This program is fully accredited by the NLNAC.
Classes are held one day a week over seven continuous
semesters and are taught in a mixed delivery format using some
online instruction. The day and time of the week that classes
meet remains the same each semester to completion, allowing
greater ease in nurses scheduling their own work hours.
Bachelor of Science
Admission Requirements:
Michigan RN license
Graduate of an ADN or diploma program
GPA min: 2.0
ADN credits (40)
Must have equivalency to ENGL 150, ENGL 250, MATH 110 and
7-8 credits of science with a ā€œCā€ or better
Credit hours required for graduation: 123
College of Health Professions
Locations:
Grand Rapids
Online
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