- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
Offered in a one or two-year sequence, the program prepares nurses to provide the necessary leadership to advance quality of care, patient safety, and health services in an evolving health care system.
- Student-centered and user-friendly distance learning/asynchronous format that allows practicing nurses to attend school while maintaining employment.
- To ensure cost-effectiveness and facilitate achievement of learning outcomes, students may enroll in spring, summer, or fall.
- Relevant coursework that builds on the licensed RN's previous education and experience without redundancy while mirroring the current traditional BS nursing program curriculum.
About Our Facilities
For our RN-BS students, the University and the School of Nursing offer a number of services to support the remote learner, including online advising appointments, access to the online library resources, appointments with the virtual librarian, and course materials via UBLearns. IT support is available during regular business hours. All online students have access to the University’s on-campus resources as well.
The Center for Nursing Research (CNR) provides methodological and clinical research consultation to the School of Nursing faculty, students and staff as well as research opportunities for students. The CNR has a repository for information on internal and external sources of funding, including guidelines and application forms.
A range of educational technology resources include a wide variety of health-care databases, computer assisted instruction, and electronic resources.
The School of Nursing offers a number of services to support our remote RN-BSN students, including online advising appointments, access to the online library resources and appointments with the virtual librarian, and course materials via the UBLearns blackboard platform. IT support is available during regular business hours. All online students still have access to the University’s on-campus resources.
About Our Faculty
The faculty in the undergraduate program are expert practitioners of nursing, all having advanced preparation in their fields of specialization. Many have achieved national and international recognition. Faculty are actively engaged in research, making significant contributions to nursing science and theory. Among the honors that have been awarded to faculty members are the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, and election to office in the American Nurses Association and Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing. Many faculty have the distinction of holding certification as expert clinical practitioners awarded by professional associations that promote and recognize only the highest standards of nursing excellence.
Faculty List Directory
Please visit the School of Nursing Website for additional information about our faculty.