The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has a long outstanding history at the University in preparing women and men as professional nurses.

With a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from Mount St. Joseph University, the student will be part of an interactive applied learning experience with faculty, students, and colleagues from other disciplines working together to solve complex health care problems.

The greatest strength of the Department of Nursing is the faculty who are highly qualified professionals dedicated to educating future nurses for the dynamic health care environment.

Students will be exposed to learning in both the clinical area and the University’s high tech skills lab and simulation center.

The department goals are to prepare nursing graduates to:

  1. Implement safe, effective, and culturally sensitive therapeutic interventions, based on assessment data.
  2. Communicate effectively with individuals, groups, and populations.
  3. Develop caring relationships with clients from diverse populations.
  4. Apply principles of leadership and management while working in interdisciplinary teams.


 

Related Faculty

  • Photo of Gail Burns Gail Burns

    Assistant Dean for Nursing, Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Director