RN to BSN Program
Designed for currently licensed Registered Nurses


  1. The graduate will develop a professional nursing identity by demonstrating accountability through the internalization of the principles of the Church Educational System (CES) Honor Code in academic, clinical and leadership activities and by integrating Christ-centered care in their professional nursing practice.
  2. The graduate will be a lifelong learner as they nurture their spirit of inquiry and indicate intent to pursue graduate nursing education.
  3. The graduate will articulate the integration of critical reasoning to identify and resolve problems by synthesizing principles of communication and teaching and learning in multi-cultural communities, and by critiquing and applying published research in evidence-based practice.
  4. The graduate will initiate delegation and inter-professional collaboration and present ideas and arguments clearly through oral, written, and visual forms.
  5. The graduate will incorporate knowledge, skills, and attitudes of a competent nurse in practice by merging comprehensive leadership principles and population assessments into plans that foster patient self-stewardship.
  6. The graduate will integrate evidence-based practice and principles of quality improvement in designing legal, ethical and safe patient care.
  7. The graduate will advocate for patients, families, and communities in ways that respect diversity and promote growth and development as children of God.