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RN To BSN Program

Nursing RN-BSN Degree Program Program OverviewProgram DetailsWhy Choose Franklin

Course Descriptions

Major Area

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Get an in-depth view of the courses that provide the knowledge and skills you’ll need to make an impact within your chosen field.

Curriculum

RN To BSN - Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Build well-rounded skills and learn the industry specific knowledge you will need to be successful in your career.

RN To BSN - Subsequent Bachelor of Science in Nursing

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Looking to earn an additional bachelor’s degree? A subsequent degree is specifically designed for students who have already completed a bachelor's degree or higher.

Meet Your Faculty

From the board room to the classroom

Each Franklin program is designed with the ongoing input of industry experts to ensure you gain respected and relevant knowledge that can be applied instantly in the workplace.

Gail Baumlein

Gail Baumlein - Program Chair

Dr. Baumlein brings extensive industry experience to Franklin. In addition to having been a nurse for more than 30 years, Gail has held faculty and administrative positions in academia for 20 years. Her research interests include online teaching, outcomes assessment, and faculty mentoring.

Program Outcomes

  • Integrate theories and concepts from arts, humanities, and sciences to develop a foundation for holistic nursing practice
  • Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision-making in the provision of quality nursing care, multidisciplinary collaboration, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery
  • Integrate current evidence including nursing and healthcare research to ground nursing practice and promote high quality patient care outcomes
  • Apply knowledge and skills in information management and patient care technology to improve patient care outcomes and create a safe care environment
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the influences of healthcare policy, finance, and regulatory environments including local, state, national, and global healthcare trends on nursing practice and the healthcare system
  • Employ effective communication in interactions with healthcare professionals, individuals, and groups to advocate for high quality and safe patient care
  • Apply the principles of health promotion and disease prevention across the health-illness continuum to improve the health of individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations
  • Incorporate professional standards, and the values of caring, ethics, integrity, altruism, and social justice in the practice of nursing
  • Assume roles in nursing practice and leadership to provide high quality and safe care to culturally diverse individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations across the lifespan and across the continuum of healthcare environments

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