Enabling javascript will improve the functionality of this page.
print page


The goals of baccalaureate nursing education at Baptist College of Health Sciences are:

  1. Prepare professional nurses as generalists who:
    • Provide comprehensive direct and indirect patient-centered care for diverse populations along the health-illness continuum, in a variety of health care settings.
    • Promote quality and safety as well as stewardship of health care resources.
    • Use research to guide evidence-based practice.
  2. Prepare graduates to successfully pass the National Council of State Boards of Nursing Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN).
  3. Provide an avenue for students of Associate Degree of Nursing and Diploma programs to attain the knowledge and competencies of the professional nurse at the baccalaureate level.