The BSN program has three degree paths:
At the end of the program, the baccalaureate-prepared nursing graduate will be able to:
- Demonstrate professional standards, attitudes, and core values that are fundamental to the discipline of nursing.
- Engage in continuous self-evaluation and life-long learning to foster professional growth and development, to improve own practice and maintain a current knowledge base.
- Function as a knowledge-worker with strong clinical reasoning, clinical judgment, and communication and assessment skills.
- Safely practice in complex health care systems incorporating evidence-based nursing interventions to manage client changes while addressing differences, values, preferences and expressed needs.
- Function within scope and standards of nursing practice and organizational policies to promote quality and a safe environment which reduces risk.
- Manage health care transitions and/or referrals, communicate and collaborate within inter/intra-professional teams, identify system issues, and develop working skills in delegation, supervision, prioritization, advocacy, and coordination of care.
For Students Seeking Information about Pre-nursing Courses or Acceptance Into the Nursing Programs
For pre-nursing course questions and to schedule an advising appointment, please visit the Academic Advising Website.
For LVN-BSN degree path questions, contact Kimberly Jaska [email protected]
For RN-BSN degree path questions, contact Holly Saporito [email protected]
For RN-BSN degree path question about the Tarleton and Tarrant County College Co-Curricular program, contact [email protected]
For Students Currently in the Nursing Programs
For course or degree path questions and to schedule an advising appointment, contact your assigned faculty advisor.