The objectives of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing are to build on the general education foundation and continue your education in nursing practice. This program supports the pursuit of the commitment to lifelong learning in a dynamic and culturally diverse health care environment, promoting client advocacy, achieving and maintaining clinical competency, and providing service for the community and profession. Once graduated, you will not only have increased your knowledge and techniques in the nursing field but also will be able to apply them and advance your career as a professional nurse.
When you graduate from this program, you will be able to
- Advance your skills to better care for patients.
- Advance your career in nursing
- Improve your patients’ quality of life.
- Use and apply the nursing process: assessing, planning, intervening, and evaluating care of patients, families, communities, and populations.
- Integrate nursing research into your nursing practice.
Area of Study
Type of Degree
Bachelor of Science
Length of Degree
4 years. Each course has a maximum timeframe of 15 weeks. You are granted 6 months to complete your capstone project.
Please note: This program is not N.L.N. accredited.
A Current Licensure as a Registered Nurse with an Associates Degree in Nursing, a related field, and at least 60 hours of college credit.
Estimated Cost of Degree
|$5,600.00||Tuition costs (14 courses/$400.00 per course)|
|$1,050.00||Estimated textbooks costs|
|$6,900.00||Estimated total for the program*|
(*Please note that this is an estimated cost of your program not the actual cost)
13 Concentration Courses – 52 hours
1 Capstone Project Course – 8 hours
Total Semester Hours – 60
Some careers this degree will prepare you for are:
- Nurse Manager
- Nurse Educator
- Nurse Consultant
- Career Mobility in Nursing
The online curriculum offers an innovative approach to higher education. Enrollment is open and students may begin the program at any time. All courses are provided in online classrooms, with one-to-one faculty mentoring. Students also have free access to our comprehensive Study Tactics and Resources Center, with links to subject related web sites, online libraries, articles and research assistance. Our online degree curriculum includes:
Core Courses – The prospective student MUST have an earned Associate degree worth 60 semester hours in order to enroll in the Bachelor of Science in Nursing program. Breyer State University must also have official copies of all transcripts and a valid Registered Nursing License on file before enrollment as well.
Nursing Concentration Courses
- NRS 300 – Nursing Theory and Foundation
- NRS 320 – Nursing Assessment Across the Life Span
- NRS 350 – Ethical Dilemmas in Nursing Practice
- NRS 380 – Nursing Case Management
- NRS 390 – Legal Issues in Nursing Practice
- NRS 410 – Health Promotions
- NRS 420 – Community Health Care
- NRS 450 – Transcultural Nursing
- NRS 460 – Nursing Leadership
- NRS 470 – Professional Issues in Nursing
- ENG 420 – Writing and Research
- STA 430 – Statistics of Allied Health
- PSY 280 – Case Management
- NRS 490 – Nursing Research Capstone Project
TOTAL: 60 Semester Hours
Courses in this curriculum are to be taken in sequence as above.
TUITION:$400.00 per course. Students may register and pay for one examination at a time.
* Note: Cost of tuition does not include cost of any textbooks or references.
** There is also a one time $50.00 admission processing fee.
Course Completion Times: Students are permitted 15 weeks to complete an online course. This may be extended with the permission of the instructor. All courses are 4 semester hours except for the Capstone Project which is 8 semester hours.
TRANSFER CREDITS: Up to 75 percent of the degree may be earned by transfer credits from other schools. For detailed information please Click here