Bachelor of Science in Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is a 174-week program for full-time students. It may be completed in 148 weeks for students who enter as licensed practical nurses or 70 weeks for students who enter with as associate degree in nursing. Students receive didactic, simulation, and practicum training in each of the required nursing competencies: Skilled Nursing, Acute Care (i.e., Medical-Surgical Nursing, Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing, Pediatric Nursing, Geriatric Nursing, Obstetrical/ Gynecologic Nursing, Maternity Nursing, and Community Nursing).
At Jay College of Health Sciences, Inc. we are in the career-making business. Our objectives for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program are for students to graduate, become licensed professional nurses or continue their nursing education, and to grow in their careers by secure employment or advancement as professional nurses, nurse educators, or nurse administrators.
Upon successful completion of all requirements of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, graduates will be able to:
- Effectively coordinate patient-centered care for groups of patients in a variety of settings and during the transition to self/home
- Demonstrate leadership skills in collaboration with patients and with members of the health care team to promote delivery of quality health care in a multicultural
- Demonstrate behaviors that are consistent with the ethical and legal standards of the nursing
- Use data from outcomes of care measures to participate in quality improvement
- Use evidence-based nursing interventions in the nursing
Utilize technology in managing information in meeting the healthcare needs of clients in a variety of healthcare settings.