The RN to BSN program is the longest standing program at the Mount. Nursing is at the heart of the Mount's mission.
The program is designed for nurses who want to complete the BSN degree and expand their career options by growing both personally and professionally.
The BSN graduate will be prepared to:
- Implement safe, effective and culturally sensitive therapeutic interventions, based on assessment data.
- Communicate effectively with individuals, groups and populations.
- Develop caring relationships with clients from diverse populations.
- Apply principles of leadership and management while working in interdisciplinary teams.
The face-to-face format offers an opportunity for registered nurses to earn their BSN by taking classes late afternoon or evening. Each course is offered in an eight-week accelerated format.
Classes involve intensive study, close working relationships with faculty and other students and innovative opportunities for self-directed learning.
Courses build on previous nursing knowledge with an emphasis on leadership, management, evidence-based care and patient-centered nursing.
Program Director RN-BSN, Assistant Professor