Undergraduate Programs – BSN
Message from Undergraduate Coordinator
Brenau University has several ways to earn your BSN degree. You can enroll in our full-time option through our Women’s College. This track takes five semesters or two years to complete once you are admitted to nursing. Classes for this track are offered on Mondays and Fridays during the day with clinical rotations every Tuesday and Wednesday. You might also be interested in the part-time option through our Evening Weekend College. This track is an excellent way for people who need to work full-time, but want to become nurses. Classes for this program are offered on Tuesday and Thursday evenings with clinical rotations every other weekend. Either option will prepare you to sit for the registered nurse licensure examination following graduation.
|Nursing Full Time||BSN||The baccalaureate nursing program at Brenau, which was created in 1978 by the merger of the Hall School of Nursing and Brenau, leads to the bachelor of science in nursing degree (B.S.N.). The B.S.N. Program has Georgia Board of Nursing approval and is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.|
|Nursing part-time||BSN||The Part-time BSN program is a Bachelor of Science in Nursing that can be completed through the Evening and Weekend College.|
|Nursing RN – BSN Bridge||BSN||The RN-BSN program is designed for practicing professional nurses wishing to enhance their position within the profession.|
(click the link to see a PDF for all course work required for the degree)
Outcomes for the Undergraduate Major in Nursing
- Implement evidence-based strategies for health promotion, risk reduction, disease prevention, restoration of health, and preservation of dignity in death.
- Communicate effectively with individuals, families, aggregates, and communities.
- Collaborate as a member and leader within interdisciplinary teams.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the global community.
- Demonstrate an understanding of, sensitivity to, and respect for human diversity within individuals, families, aggregates, and communities.
- Utilize professional values, theory, and research as a member of the nursing profession to implement the roles of advocate, provider, designer, manager, and coordinator of care.
- Exercise critical thinking to provide safe, competent nursing care according to professional nursing standards.