The College of Nursing is accepting applications for the following classes:
- July 2013 (ABSN Program)
- August 2013 (Henderson, NV campus) - Application deadline has been extended to June 1, 2013
- January 2014 (South Jordan, UT campus)
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program is designed to prepare students for entry level registered nurse positions in a variety of health care environments. Graduates will use critical thinking skills for effective problem solving, decision making, and independent judgment to provide culturally competent and developmentally appropriate care in the practice of nursing and to function as a member of a health care team.
Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students are eligible to sit for the NCLEX to become registered nurses. The graduate must apply to and meet the requirements of appropriate state board of nursing for licensure as a registered nurse, which includes successful completion of the NCLEX-RN.
COLLEGE OF NURSING CAMPUSES AND CONTACT INFORMATION
11 Sunset Way
Henderson, NV 89014
South Jordan, Utah Campus
10920 S. River Front Parkway
South Jordan, UT 84095
Site (ABSN Program)
1776 E. Warm Springs Road, Suite 202
Las Vegas, Nevada 89119
- 18-month (full-time) Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at the Henderson, NV and South Jordan, UT campuses.
- Accelerated BSN (ABSN) program for students who have earned a bachelor's degree in another field of study.
ACCREDITATION AND APPROVALS
Roseman University of Health Sciences is
regionally accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities.
The full-time 18-month BSN and ABSN programs are accredited by
the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC).
COLLEGE OF NURSING MISSION, PURPOSE, AND GOALS
The mission of the College of Nursing is to provide a quality, innovative undergraduate nursing education designed to meet the diverse health needs of the individuals, families, communities and societies.
Fundamental to this mission is the faculty's commitment to excellence in education, scholarship, and public service. To support Roseman University of Health Sciences' commitment to academic freedom, the College of Nursing endeavors to provide an educational environment that values, respects, and promotes academic freedom for faculty and students.
The purpose of the Nursing program is to provide a quality multifaceted nursing education that prepares its graduates to achieve their optimal intellectual and professional development.
The College of Nursing advocates lifelong learning, clinical excellence in various healthcare environments, and provision of competent and caring health services to diverse populations.
In addition, the College of Nursing fosters the core values of excellence, competence, integrity and leadership, which provide the framework for students in their professional practice.
Guided by the core values, the goals of the College of Nursing are to:
Present a curriculum that provides students with knowledge, skills, and competency to perform the role of a professional nurse in a culturally diverse population and variety of environments.
- Provide an environment that promotes intellectual stimulation of students and that facilitates positive faculty/student relationships.
- Promote the health of the community through educational partnerships and collaborations, faculty service and scholarship, and preparation of graduates who can effectively and professionally respond to societal demands.
- Uphold the integrity of the nursing profession through principled actions and ethical decision making.
- Ensure accountability of our students and faculty.
Additional program information can be found in the College of Nursing Student Handbook.