Nursing B.S.N. Degree
Bachelor of Science
B.S.N. Nursing Degree Overview
The mission of the Crown College Department of Nursing is to provide a strong, biblically-based nursing education for the purpose of preparing Christian men and women for service to communities, healthcare systems, the Church-at-large and the world.
The nursing B.S.N. curriculum includes a Christian Studies core, as well as a background in science and the humanities. Clinical nursing experiences are provided with the cooperation of a variety of hospitals and agencies throughout the area. In keeping with the emphasis on missionary nursing, students will participate in a cross-cultural nursing experience. A Nursing Ethics courses prepares the new graduate nurse to provide ethically component care to a diverse patient population. Graduates of the program will be eligible to apply to take the national licensure examination (NCLEX).
Courses in the B.S.N. nursing degree program require students to spend substantial time in off-campus clinical settings such as hospitals, clinics and public health agencies. Crown has partnered with Ridgeview Hospital in Waconia, Minn., as well as area hospitals in Shakopee and Hutchinson. Crown’s relationships with these hospitals provide great connections for nursing students once they graduate.
The field of nursing is technologically complex. Crown’s state-of-the-art nursing lab gives students the chance to sharpen their skills with the most updated tools prior to heading into the field. Through online assignments and discussions, nursing students will learn to collaborate and have increased access to learning resources.
BSN Application for 2016 (for students preparing to begin junior nursing courses fall 2016).
Nursing Major (B.S.N.) Courses
To view these courses in our online catalog system, click here.
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