Emory & Henry College takes great pride in the liberal arts foundation. BSN nurses who graduate will have this knowledge base to enhance the perspective of healthcare on a local, national and global level.
Students accepted into the RN to BSN Program will be allowed to transfer in 39 credits achieved through their nursing courses. General education which meets the CORE requirements will be determined according to the courses accepted from previous institutions, (i.e., Anatomy & Physiology, English, etc.).
BSN Major Completion Courses
|Course Number||Course Title||Credit Hours|
|NURS 200||Global Issues in Healthcare||2*|
|NURS 201||Cultural Concepts in Health Care||2*|
|NURS 300||Nursing Ethics||3*|
|NURS 401||Health Assesment for the RN||3^|
|NURS 402||Informatics & Technology||3*|
|NURS 403||Evidence-Based Practice and Research in Nursing||3^|
|NURS 404||Leadership & Management in Nursing||5^|
|NURS 405||Healthcare Policy & Finance||3*|
|NURS 406||Population & Community Nursing||5^|
|NURS 407||RN to BSN Practicum||4^|
|NURS408||Role Transition to the Nursing Profession||3*|
|Total Credit Hours||39|
*Online ^Hybrid with clinical
Major Required Courses
- Introduction Stats for Social Sciences
- Spanish for Healthcare Professionals I & II
Liberal Arts CORE
In addition to the BSN Major Completion Courses, students will be required to complete 16 credits of Liberal Art CORE courses.
**Some of the BSN Major Completion courses do have clinical and lab requirements. Clinical may take place in the hospital or healthcare facility where the student is employed, community agencies throughout the region, and the lab components will be offered at the School of Health Sciences Clinical Simulation Lab.