The Sullivan University College of Nursing Administrative Office is located in the Sullivan University Library Building in the East Wing of the main floor, 3101 Bardstown Road, Louisville, KY 40205
- Accelerated Learning
- Team building dynamics
- Includes the AACN Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice in development of the RN to BSN curriculum
What is it?
Prepare yourself to meet the growing demand for bachelor’s prepared nurses by seeking a degree from Sullivan University College of Nursing. This online RN to BSN program is designed for licensed registered nurses desiring to obtain a BSN, and provides additional knowledge, skills and decision-making proficiency needed in today’s more complex healthcare system.
Incorporating the standards established in the American Association of Colleges of Nursing Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice, Sullivan’s RN to BSN degree completion program permits registered nurses to advance theiRNursing careers by earning a BSN in this flexible, 100% online degree program. Sullivan University’s RN to BSN degree program combines the flexibility and ease of online learning with qualified, nursing faculty to guide your learning experience. To support this rich learning environment, our online students are provided 24/7/365 access to support services from a team of professionals who are dedicated exclusively to online students and their success. Sullivan University builds on the associate degree/hospital diploma programs. Licensed RNs will receive 47 proficiency credits for their previous nursing content. By using a curriculum plan similar to the curriculum plan found here, nurses have an opportunity to expand their professional education and work around personal and professional obligations. Clinical experiences are with a preceptor and may be completed in your locale.
Expected Job Growth
The nursing profession is one that is in high demand, and this is expected to continue in the future. According to the Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of Nurses is expected to grow by 26 percent between 2010 and 2020. With the technological advances and continued responsibility placed on nurses, having a BSN affords the nursing professional the academic foundation to address such fast paced changes. With focus shifting to prevention, early intervention and home care, nursing professionals are increasingly offering their services outside of the hospital settings. The BSN degree prepares nurses for graduate study, including nurse practitioners, nurse educators, and Doctor of Nursing Practice. Increasingly, hospitals who have obtained or are seeking magnet status are also requiring nurses whom they employ hold a BSN degree.
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