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RN to BSN

Fall 2020

WELCOME TO CABARRUS COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCES!

RN to BSN Program

#1 Best Small College in North Carolina

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Cabarrus College of Health Sciences

75 years of Healthcare Education!

picture from may 2017 graduation

Spring Graduation, 2017

Graduation, May 2018

National Wear Red Day

National Wear Red Day

February 2, 2018

Group picture of all May 2018 Graduates

Graduation, May 2018

Spring Picnic, 2018, Dr. Benn and Dr. Patchett

Dr. Benn & Dr. Patchett, Spring 2018

 

Welcome to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing RN to BSN Program

This online program is designed for Registered Nurses (RNs) who are seeking to expand their skill in the ever-changing healthcare industry as well as for RNs preparing for graduate level education.  We welcome you to our program.  Upon completion of this program, you will be able to:

Upon completion of the RN to BSN Program students will be able to:

  • Integrate concepts of community health, community and the role of public health nursing.
  • Synthesize knowledge of nursing and community health in practice to promote, restore and maintain the health potential of groups and populations in the community.
  • Incorporate assessment findings, theory and research in the delivery of an education project to a selected population.
  • Collaborate with faculty and community partners to develop an education program involving a community health issue and incorporates knowledge of health disparities.
  • Demonstrate positive work relationships with community partners during their service learning experience.
  • Enhance knowledge of cultural competence through the service learning experience.
  • Complete a satisfactory community assessment activity.
  • Communicate professionally, accurately and effectively in verbal, nonverbal, written and digital modes.
  • Assume accountability/responsibility for the professional nursing role(s) of advocate, clinician, coordinator, educator, and leader in promoting the health of populations/aggregates.

MISSON

The mission of the RN to BSN program is to provide innovative educational opportunities for nurses to develop leadership skills to competently work in partnership with individuals, families, and communities to promote health in a variety of healthcare settings.

Delores Benn, DNP, RN

Dean of Nursing

 

Susan Brooks, PhD, RN, CNE

Assistant Professor

Jill Carey

 

Jill Carey, MSN, RN

Assistant Professor