Nursing, RN to BSN
Keiser University’s Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing is designed for registered nurses. This additional course work at the baccalaureate level enhances a registered nurse’s professional development. RNs are prepared for a broader scope of practice and for entry into a master’s or doctoral nursing program. The curriculum provides registered nurses with an expanded understanding of the cultural, political, economic and social issues that affect patients and influence healthcare delivery by emphasizing the allocation and management of physical, fiscal and human resources.
The following objectives are designed to meet Keiser University’s mission and its objectives.
- To prepare knowledgeable nursing care providers who are able to demonstrate mastery of the science of professional nursing practice.
- To develop critical thinkers who are able to creatively engage in rational inquiry utilizing the nursing process in both well-defined, relatively common clinical situations and in complex clinical situations.
- To develop effective collaborators of healthcare who are prepared to work in a leadership capacity to design and manage the care of individuals and their families.
- To develop caring and therapeutic communicators who are prepared to utilize broadened tools of communication in advocating the comfort and self-determination of patients and their families.
Keiser University offers students a variety of Associate and Bachelor's degree programs with the convenience and flexibility of online access. Working parents and professionals can maintain their current relationships while advancing their education.
Through Keiser students can communicate with tutors, academic advisors, and professors. Class structures that make use of innovative technology enable Keiser students to become skilled users of computer programs and applications necessary for success in today's technologically-based job market. To assist in this process, Keiser is committed to providing individual attention to their students.
Students can put their career on the fast track with any of Keiser's intensive degree programs or pace their studies instead by choosing their one-class-at-a-time approach. Either way, students will come away from the experience ready to move forward in their careers.
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