Undergraduate Nursing

Brenau University offers several ways to earn a BSN degree.

The full-time BSN and Accelerated BSN classes are offered Monday–Friday. In the full-time BSN, classes are usually scheduled on Monday and Friday with clinical/laboratory experiences on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. There may be situations when clinical attendance will be on Saturdays and Sundays. All students are expected to be able to participate in class and/or clinical Monday–Sunday.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS


Undergraduate Program Outcomes

Upon completion of the baccalaureate program in nursing, the graduate will be able to:

  • Implement evidence-based strategies for client-focused health promotion, risk reduction, disease prevention, restoration of health, and preservation of dignity in death.
  • Communicate and collaborate effectively with clients (individuals, families, communities, and populations) and interprofessional teams through the use of verbal, nonverbal, written, and emerging technology.
  • Assume accountability for professional standards of legal, ethical, and moral conduct.
  • Integrate the influence of the global community and its impact on health.
  • Apply understanding, sensitivity, and respect for cultural and spiritual diversity to clients.
  • Use nursing values, theory, and research to implement professional roles of the nurse.
  • Exercise clinical judgement to provide safe, competent nursing care according to professional nursing standards including self-evaluation and lifelong learning.
  • Apply psychosocial, cultural, economic, and political factors for the basis of professional nursing practice.

Admission Requirements BSN Program

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Brenau University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.