Simpson University School of Nursing offers an accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing program (RN-BSN Track), which caters to working registered nurses (currently licensed in the U.S.) who want to develop professional skills.
The degree expands the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of professional nursing, providing a meaningful understanding of healthcare’s rapidly changing environment.
With our unique class structure and class design, students take one class at a time - one night a week on Thursday nights for 5 weeks, with each class designed to build on the knowledge gained in the previous class. Our step-by-step structure optimizes learning, leading to greater assimilation and stronger retention, allowing you to compete in the rapidly changing healthcare environment. This program is a hybrid format with courses being offered face-to-face, online, or a combination of the two.
- Transitions to Professional Nursing
- Statistics for Evidence Based Practice in Nursing
- Nursing Research
- Community & Public Health Nursing
- Legal and Ethical Issues in Healthcare
- Nursing Capstone I
- Health Teaching
- Nursing Leadership & Management
- Nursing Capstone II
OPTIONAL TERM (for Public Health Certificate)
- Community & Public Health Nursing I
- Community & Public Health Nursing II
A Bachelor of Science in Nursing gives you many career options. With a strong foundation in the skills and techniques necessary to serve and treat others, you'll be well prepared for such careers as:
- Community Health
- Nursing Education
- Mental Health
- Public Health
- Labor and Delivery
- Graduate school
"I had heard very good things about the RN-BSN program, and the structure really appealed to me, especially the opportunity to meet in a classroom setting once a week. I found it a very personal and encouraging environment. Both staff and faculty truly care about the students, and I always knew that they looked after my interests." — Jon Truelove