The baccalaureate-prepared nurse is uniquely qualified to meet the needs of today’s healthcare organizations. According the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), BSN nurses provide improved patient outcomes and have a broader understanding of the cultural, political, economic and social issues that affect patients and influence healthcare delivery. Employers recognize this difference and seek the quality that BSN nurses offer. (AACN, May 19, 2015)
The majority of the course work for TU’s RN to BSN program is offered in a convenient, online format (approximately 90 percent). Students can complete the program in as little as 12 months at a cost competitive with similar degree programs.
Students will complete a minimum of 35 hours of TU credits to earn the B.S.N. degree.