Be empowered to meet the demands of the nursing profession now and in the future
Designed specifically for the returning RN, the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree completion cohort program builds on student strengths and competence as a practicing registered nurse. Students enter the cohort and complete the coursework in a five-semester modular format (20 consecutive months).
- Uses a combined classroom-online delivery system
- Includes courses integrated to provide comprehensive learning outcomes
- Focuses on preparing baccalaureate nurses to become leaders in the nursing environment
Has research using evidence-based practice integrated into all aspects of the curriculum
Includes collaboration and interdisciplinary communication emphasized in the program
Ethics, quality, and safety components that are addressed throughout all coursework
Is a relaxed environment where student learning is both challenging abd enjoyable!
The curriculum responds to the most recent IOM report, Future for Nursing: Leading Change, Advancing Health, Quality and Safety Education for Nurses, and incorporates the principles of Magnet status. The two primary curricular threads are leadership and evidence-based practice and all students complete a capstone project designed to assist the student and their institution to achieve overall goals and objectives.Courses are delivered in a hybrid format on-site and on the same day and time for all five modules. Students complete some work on-site and some online to use technology and maximize efficiency for the working adult. With this format, the program will enable the student to visualize patient care from both a microsystem and professional perspective.
- For the Detroit area program, contact Jenny Duncil, 313-993-2455
- For the Grand Rapids program, contact Program Chairperson, Linda Thiel, 616-685-1420 (616-459-1208 fax)
- Summary of Grand Rapids RN-BSN program revised May 2013
- For the Macomb University Center program, contact Donna Gormley, 586-263-6232