ADN (RN) to BSN
Take the next step in your career
Healthcare is evolving, the role of nurses is expanding, and the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) has become the new standard in nursing. The Adult Degree Completion (ADN) to BSN program at Holy Names University is designed for the working nurse. With accelerated schedules and hybrid formats, our program meets the needs of busy nurses—both local and distant.
Holy Names University BSN programs are accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (http://www.aacn.nche.edu/ccne-accreditation) and approved by the California Board of Nursing.
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Where a BSN degree can take you
The BSN program will prepare you for advanced work in any healthcare environment including a hospital, community clinic, healthcare agency, government agency, educational institution, physicians office, patients’ home, and hospice, and help you move into specialized areas.
Patient Care Nurse
Public Health Nurse
Home Health Nurse
Health Care Agency
• Dedicated and practicing faculty
• Alumni mentorship program
• In-depth orientation
• Guest lectures from healthcare experts
• Free Emergency Management Preparedness Certificate Program
• Sigma Theta Tau Leadership Certificate
• The board-qualifying NCLEX 3-day prep course FREE after graduation
• Full partnership with ATI Nursing Education platform
Beyond the Classroom
• Internship and volunteer opportunities
• Clinical placement
• Senior center partnership experience
• Pediatric immersion experience: Children’s Diabetic Camp
• Onsite Simulation Center
BSN at HNU
Only 15 months to complete this fast-tracked program (4 semesters and 2 summers)
All of our full-time undergraduate students receive financial assistance from Holy Names.
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Examine quantitative and qualitative research methods used in healthcare research.
Family and Community Health Nursing
Study community assessment, program planning and evaluation, the identification of high-risk groups, and the role of the nurse in public, private, and voluntary health-related agencies.
Leadership and Management in Nursing
Explore the nurse's role as a leader/manager in a healthcare setting and the principles of leadership and how they are used to define the nurse's management style.