Bachelor of Science in Prelicensure Nursing
Earn your BSN degree in 3 years. This is an online, accelerated bachelor’s degree in nursing. This program seeks to provide an education that will produce highly-competent nurses with a high degree of knowledge and skills of nursing phenomena. In particular, our graduates will understand patient-centered care as their highest calling. They will understand lifelong-learning and evidence-based nursing procedures that seek optimal to patient-care outcomes.
The BSN curriculum meets the the California Board of Registered Nursing’s regulations, the AACN BSN Essentials and the QSEN competencies. The curriculum will prepare graduates to function at a higher-level of competence. Courses will be taught with a unifying theme and students will learning the program concepts, going from simple to complex patterns.
Through a variety of courses in Nursing Assessment, Budgeting, clinical Quality Improvement and Nursing leadership, this degree gives the tools to become leaders in the diverse healthcare field.
An Accelerated Program
The Bachelor of Science in Prelicensure Nursing is an accelerated program of 12 continuous quarters or 3 years.
*Transfer Credits may be granted for General Education and Nursing courses earned from another accredited College. Transfer Credits may also be granted to LVNs and RNs (with an Associate Degree). Applicants must submit their Official Transcripts along with the Application for Transfer Credit Evaluation Form.
The Bachelor of Science in Prelicensure Nursing is offered only at the Los Angeles campus.
2540 hours/180 Quarter Credits
(1390 theory hours, 160 lab hours, 990 clinical hours)
High School Diploma or GED
|ENG101||English Composition 1||40||0||0|
|ENG102||English Composition 2||40||0||0|
|MTH200||Introduction to Biostatistics||40||0||0|
|PSY101||Introduction to Psychology||40||0||0|
|NUT335||Nutrition and Diet Therapy||40||0||0|
|SOC300||Sociology of Diversity||40||0||0|
|BIO100||Human Anatomy with Lab||40||40||0|
|PHI305||Philosophy of Ethics||40||0||0|
|BIO200||Human Physiology with Lab||40||40||0|
|NSG414||Health Policy and Finance||40||0||0|
|PSY250||Human Development Lifecycle||40||0||0|
|BIO300||Microbiology with Lab||40||40||0|
|NSG300||Professional Issues in Nursing||40||0||0|
|NSG310||Health Assessment Assessment||40||0||0|
|NSG310L||Health Assessment Lab||0||40||0|
|NSG330||Foundations of Nursing Practice||50||0||0|
|NSG330C||Foundations of Nursing Practice Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG340C||Gerontological Nursing Clinical||0||0||60|
|NSG350||Medical-Surgical Nursing 1||40||0||0|
|NSG350C||Medical-Surgical Nursing 1 Clinical||0||00||90|
|NSG370||Medical-Surgical Nursing 2||40||0||0|
|NSG370C||Medical-Surgical Nursing 2 Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG400||Mental Health Nursing||40||0||0|
|NSG400C||Mental Health Nursing Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG410||Women's Health Nursing||40||0||0|
|NSG410C||Women's Health Nursing Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG430||Population Health Nursing||40||0||0|
|NSG430C||Population Health Nursing Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG440||Leadership and Management||40||0||0|
|NSG440C||Leadership and Management Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG460||Medical-Surgical Nursing 3||40||0||0|
|NSG460C||Medical-Surgical Nursing 3 Clinical||0||0||90|
|NSG450||Clinical Quality and Safety||40||0||0|
|NSG490L||Transitions to Practice Workshop/Lab||0||0||120|
|Books & Equipment||$4,744.00|
(Laboratory, Program & Technology)
Campus : Los Angeles
Upcoming Classes : Call (213) 487 – 2211
Next Start: July 3rd, 2023 (Summer Quarter)
What are the advantages of obtaining a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (BSN) compared to an Associate’s degree in Nursing (ADN)?
Earning a bachelor’s degree over an associate’s degree in nursing provides expanded knowledge and skills, enhanced critical thinking and decision-making, professional development and of course higher pay. You will enjoy more advanced opportunities with higher education pathways, including master’s and doctoral programs to advance your career.
What types of courses can I expect to take in a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing program?
Some courses you can expect to take during your BSN program include core nursing courses such as: health assessment training, pharmacology, nursing leadership and management, community health nursing, nursing ethics, and nursing research.
What are the requirements for admission into a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing program?
A BSN program typically requires a high school diploma or equivalent, specific prerequisite courses, such as chemistry, biology, and anatomy, a minimum GPA, entrance exams, and other application materials, such as transcripts, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement.
What is the process for obtaining licensure as a registered nurse (RN) after completing a nursing program?
After graduating from an accredited nursing program, you must complete the NCLEX-RN exam to obtain licensing for entry-level nursing. You must then apply with the state licensing board in the state in which you want to practice.
What career opportunities are available for graduates with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing, and how much can I expect to earn with this degree?
Individuals graduating with a BSN typically become registered nurses in hospitals, medical clinics, home healthcare agencies, public health departments, and nursing homes. The entry-level salary for a registered nurse varies by state.