Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) program taught at our Minnesota campus, reflects the college’s commitment to academic excellence by preparing highly qualified nursing professionals to serve in a variety of global health environments while modeling Christian compassion and caring. Crown College nursing graduates rank high as first-time test takers, passing the NCLEX-RN, (National Council Licensure Examination) a nationwide examination for the licensing of nurses in the United States, within weeks of graduation. As a registered nurse with a BSN degree, Crown graduates experience a wide variety of career possibilities, including specialization, and are positioned to continue their education at the graduate level.
The goal of our nursing program is to:
- Provide the necessary knowledge, skills and attitudes to become an entry-level graduate nurse.
- Equip students to pass the NCLEX-RN as first-time test takers.
- Prepare students from a Christian perceptive to meet the needs of patients from a Christ-follower perspective.
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“I value my teaching experience at Crown College and the support I receive from faculty and students. Encouraging student nurses to integrate Christian faith with professional nursing practice is both rewarding and exciting.” Dr. Teresa Newby, Chair
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Nursing Major (B.S.N.) Courses
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On-Campus (SAS) Tuition
On-Campus Undergraduate 2020-2021 Costs
Per Semester Yearly Tuition $13,635 $27,270 Fees $355 $710 Meal Plan $2,250 $4,500 Residence Hall $2,350 $4,700 Total $18,590 $37,180 Part Time (less than 12 credits per semester) $1,135 per credit Overload
(more than 18 credits per semester)
$730 per credit
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