The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree at Lubbock Christian University is for graduates of Associate Degree and Diploma nursing programs. The curriculum is designed to enable the employed nurse to complete the BSN degree while continuing employment. Emphasis is placed on self directed learning, promoting personal and professional growth, providing holistic care to individuals, families and communities, and encouraging independent action. The program prepares the nurse to function as a generalist within the health care system and provides a basis for continued professional development and graduate study in nursing.
RN-BSN learning outcomes:
- Incorporate empirical knowledge from nursing, religion, science and the humanities into the nursing practice.
- Demonstrate accountability for incorporating professional, ethical, spiritual, moral and legal aspects of nursing into one's practice.
- Communicate with members of the interprofessional health team, patients and their support network in promoting health and risk reduction.
- Using the systematic decision making process, provide holistic, culturally appropriate nursing care to individuals, families, groups, and communities based on knowledge derived from theory, evidence-based practice and research.
- Implement nursing roles designed to meet the changing health care needs of diverse populations, including spiritual values, health promotion, disease prevention, illness care, restoration, rehabilitation, health counseling, and teaching.
- Advocate for a safe care environment that results in high quality patient outcomes in a variety of healthcare settings.
- Implement leadership strategies for the advancement of nursing in an ever changing health care arena.
The RN-BSN program is accredited by:
Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
3343 Peachtree Road NE
Atlanta, Georgia 30326
404-975-5000; 404-975-5020 (fax)
If you have any questions please give us a call at 720-7676. We are all so happy that you have chosen to come to Lubbock Christian University. We look forward to getting to know you better.
LaNell Harrison, PhD, RN
Assistant Professor/Director of RN-BSN Program
Department of Nursing