“We have created a great format for the BSN online track that allows hard working students to attain their goal without compromising their academic standards. Florida National University is greatly honored..." Ruben D. Coll, FNU’s BSN Program Director.
Miami, Florida (PRWEB) January 27, 2016
Florida National University’s (FNU) online Bachelor of Science Nursing program was named as one of the top 9 online programs for 2016 by Best Colleges.com.
There are reportedly 700 Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science Nursing (BSN) programs in the country, 400 that are offered online. FNU’s online BSN program has out-ranked these 400 curriculums. Best Colleges.com ranked these nursing programs based on the school’s acceptance and admission rates as well as their graduation numbers. Most importantly, a school’s academic strength must be exceptional.
The purpose of FNU’s BSN program is to advance the education and skills of RN graduates to provide them with professional growth. As a result, students will be well equipped in the areas of health assessment, nursing theories and concepts, research, leadership, informatics and health promotion that are applicable in various healthcare settings.
According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, there has been a 22% growth rate between 2011 and 2012 in regards to enrollment rates.
“We have created a great format for the BSN online track that allows hard working students to attain their goal without compromising their academic standards. Florida National University is greatly honored to be named one of the best BSN Online Programs,” Ruben D. Coll, FNU’s BSN Program Director said.
Dr. Coll also expressed FNU’s importance of providing the best education for FNU students by simply giving them the tools to obtain better job opportunities and administer better care for the patients.
FNU’s BSN program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) and designed to offer students a well-rounded program that is held to the highest standards of excellence.
Some of the core courses include:
- Physical Assessment in Health Care
- Pathophysiology I
- Culture in Nursing Practice
- Complementary and Alternative Health Care
- Applied Nursing Research
- Community Nursing
There are a total of 35 core credit requirements. Fifty-three general education requirements focus on communications, social and natural science, mathematics, and computers, with a minimum total of 120 credits for graduation.
Florida National University is a regionally accredited higher learning institution founded in 1982. FNU awards a variety of certificates, associates, baccalaureate, and master degree programs, including 22 distance-learning program opportunities. FNU opens doors to the future!