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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Table of Contents Figure 1

BSN Degrees Conferred

Table 1

Undergraduate Students by Race/Ethnicity

Figure 2

Undergraduate Male to Female Enrollment

Figure 3

Average BSN Undergraduate Acceptance GPA

Figure 4

Undergraduate BSN Average Completion GPA

Figure 5

Undergraduate BSN Retention Rate

Figure 6:

National NCLEX-RN Percentage Passage Rate

Table 2

RN to BSN Admitted Students Full-time/Part-time

Table 3

RN to BSN Enrolled Students Full-time/Part-time

Table 4

RN to BSN Students by Race/Ethnicity

Figure 7

RN to BSN Male to Female Enrollment

Figure 8

RN to BSN Completion GPA RN to BSN

Figure 9

RN to BSN Retention Rate

Table 5

Overall Master Program Enrollment

Table 6

MSN Track Enrollment (CSU Cohort)

Table 7

MSN Students by Race/Ethnicity (CSU Cohort)

Table 8

MSN Male to Female Enrollment (CSU Cohort)

Table 9

MSN Average GPA (CSU Cohort)

Table 10

MSN Completion GPA (CSU Cohort)

Table 11

MSN Graduates


Table 12

FNP Students by Race/Ethnicity (CSU Cohort)

Table 13

FNP Male to Female Enrollment (CSU Cohort)

Table 14

FNP Average GPA (CSU Cohort)

Table 15

FNP Graduate and Completion GPA (CSU Cohort)


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication The Columbus State University School of Nursing has demonstrated growth in the degrees offered in the nursing program. The School of Nursing implemented an online RN to BSN program in 2010. In 2012, the School of Nursing joined the Georgia Intercollegiate Consortium for Graduate Nursing Education (GICGNE), a partnership between Columbus State University and Georgia Southwestern University. This has resulted in the establishment of a Masters in Nursing program to meet demands for advanced degrees in the nursing profession. Through the GICGNE partnership, a Family Nurse Practitioner program was implemented in January of 2015. The School of Nursing has exhibited diverse patterns within the programs. The patterns in the 2015-2016 academic year included a decline of 7.8% in the undergraduate bachelor of nursing program, an increase of 29.4% in the RN to BSN nursing program, and an increase of 103 % in the Columbus State cohort of MSN and FNP students. Bachelor of Science Figure 1 represents the number of overall Bachelor’s degrees conferred for undergraduate and RN to BSN graduates. Figure 1: BSN Degrees Conferred

Overall BSN Degrees Conferred 250 225 200 175 150 125 100 75 50 25 0 Number of Graduates

192

187

2014 192

2015 187

161 103

114

2011 103

2012 114

2013 161

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A decrease of 2.6% occurred in degrees conferred in the Bachelors of Science in Nursing from 2015 to 2016.


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Enrollment Data for Undergraduate BSN Program by Race/Ethnicity 2015-2016 The total enrollment for undergraduate nursing students was 184. The student ethnicity population consisted of 29% black, 5% Asian, 5% Hispanic, 58% white, 1% two or more races, and 1% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders. 2014-2015 The total enrollment for undergraduate nursing students was 212. The student ethnicity population consisted of 32% black, 0.8% American Indian/Alaska Native, 4.5% Asian, 4.4% Hispanic, 57% white, 0.9% two or more races, and 0.4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders. 2013-2014 The total enrollment for undergraduate nursing students was 230. The student ethnicity population consisted of 31% black, 0.4% American Indian/Alaska Native, 4% Asian, 5.2% Hispanic, 56.6% white, 2% two or more races, and 0.4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders. 2012-2013 The total enrollment for undergraduate nursing students was 219. The student ethnicity population consisted of 32% black, 0.4% American Indian/Alaska Native, 2% Asian, 5% Hispanic, 58% white, 1.8% two or more races, and 0.4% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islanders. Table 1: Undergraduate BSN Students by Race/Ethnicity Year 2015 2014 2013 2012

Non Resident Alien 0 0 0 0

Black 55(29%) 67(32%) 72(31%) 70(32%)

American Indian/ Alaska Native 0 2(.8%) 1(0.4%) 1 (0.4%)

Asian

Int

10(5%) 10(4.5%) 9(4%) 5 (2%)

0 0 1(0.4%) 1(0.4%)

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Hispanic 10(5%) 9(4.4%) 12(5.2%) 11 (5%)

White 106(58%) 120(57%) 130(56.6%) 126(58%)

Two or More Races

Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander

Total

2(1%) 3(.9%) 4(2%) 4 (1.8%)

2(1%) 1(0.4%) 1(0.4%) 1(0.4%)

185 212 230 219


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Figure 2 represents the Undergraduate Male to Female enrollment for the undergraduate School of Nursing Bachelors in Science Program. Figure 2: Undergraduate BSN Male to Female Enrollment

Number of Students

Male to Female Ratio 200

197

189

179

174 153

150 100

22

30

33

38

31

Male Female

2011 22

2012 30

2013 33

2014 38

2015 31

Female

179

189

197

174

153

50 0

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The minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) for acceptance into the undergraduate nursing program is 2.75. Figure 3 represents the average GPA of each class accepted into the nursing program. Figure 3: Average Undergraduate BSN Acceptance GPA

Average Undergraduate BSN Acceptance GPA 3.49

3.6

GPA

3.4

3.13

3.54

3.52

3.19

3.2 3 2.8 GPA

2011 3.13

2012 3.19

2013 3.49

2014 3.54

2015 3.52

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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Figure 4 represents the average GPA of each class at the completion of the nursing program as of spring 2016. Figure 4: Undergraduate BSN Average Completion GPA

Undergraduate BSN Completion GPA 3.49

GPA

3.5 3.4 3.3 3.2 3.1 3

Undergraduate BSN Completion GPA

3.26

3.19

3.26

3.2

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

3.19

3.49

3.26

3.2

3.26

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Retention rate has been reported yearly for Columbus State University. The School of Nursing has defined retention based on each cohort of students accepted. The change in trending of retention data was implemented in academic year 2014 to 2015 to meet the requirements of the Georgia Board of Nursing and American Association of Colleges of Nursing accreditation criteria. The time frame utilized for completion is three years from acceptance into the undergraduate Bachelors of Science in Nursing program. The retention rate for the undergraduate Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program has been revised to represent the trend for graduating classes from 2012 to 2015. Retention rate is noted in Figure 5. Figure 5: Undergraduate Bachelors of Science Retention Rate

Percentage Rate

Undergraduate BSN Retention Rate 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 65 60 Retention Rate Percentage

86

88

84

81.25

2012

2013

2014

2015

86

88

84

81.25

Data Source: CSU Program Evaluation, 2015


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication The National Council of State Boards of Nursing is the exam licensure board for all registered nurses in the United States. All applicants for registered nurse licensure are required to pass the National Council Licensure Examination--RN (NCLEX--RN) upon completion of an accredited program of study in nursing. The data in Figure 6 indicates the performance of graduates from the School of Nursing on the first attempt during the 12-month period from April to March as reported by the National Council of State Boards Annual Program Report.

Pass Rate Percentage

Figure 6: National NCLEX-RN Percentage First Time Passage Rate

NCLEX Pass Rate 96 100 95 90 85 80 75 70 Pass Rate Percentage

87

84

79

2012 96

2013 79

2014 87

2015 84

Data Source: National Council Board of Nursing 2016

RN to BSN Nursing Program Students are classified RN to BSN students upon acceptance to Columbus State University. Students enter CSU enrolled in the RN to BSN program in full-time and part-time status. Table 2 represents the number of full-time and part-time students admitted to the program. Table 2: Students Admitted RN to BSN Full-Time to Part-Time Ratio Year 2015 2014 2013 2012

Full-Time 149 55 38 16

Part-Time 27 100 77 43

Total Students 176 155 115 59

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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Table 3: Students Enrolled RN to BSN Full-Time to Part-Time Ratio Year 2015 2014 2013 2012

Full-Time 218 99 68 31

Part-Time 137 204 166 101

Total Students 355 303 234 132

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Enrollment Data for RN to BSN Program by Race/Ethnicity. The following data represents RN to BSN data since the initiation of a fully online curriculum. 2015-2016 The total enrollment full-time and part-time student was 355. The student ethnicity population consisted of 34.4% black, 0.6% American Indian/Alaska Native, 3.6% Asian, 2.2% Hispanic, and 59.2% white. 2014-2015 The total enrollment full-time and part-time student was 303. The student ethnicity population consisted of 35.2% black, 0.35% Asian, 1.75% Hispanic, 60.6% white, and 0.35% two or more races. 2013-2014 The total enrollment for full-time and part-time student was 234. The student ethnicity population consisted of 38% black, 0.4% American Indian/Alaska Native, 0.4% Asian, 1.1% Hispanic, 59% white, and 1.1% two or more races. 2012-2013 The total enrollment for full-time and part-time students was 132. The student ethnicity population consisted of 39% black, 2.3% American Indian/Alaska Native, 2.3% Asian, 0.8% Hispanic, 54% white, and 1.6% two or more races.


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Table 4: RN to BSN Students by Race/Ethnicity Non – Resident Alien

Year 2015 2014 2013 2012

0 0 0 0

Black

American Indian/ Alaska Native 2(0.6%) 0 1(0.4%) 3(2.3%)

122(34.4%) 106(35.2%) 88(38%) 51(39%)

Asian

Hispanic

13(3.6%) 1(.35%) 1(0.4%) 3(2.3%)

8(2.2%) 5(1.75%) 3(1.1%) 1(0.8%)

White

210(59.2%) 183(60.6%) 138(59%) 72(54%)

Two or More Races 0 1(.35%) 3(1.1%) 2(1.6%)

Native Hawaiian /Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0

Unknown

Total

0 0 0 0

355 296 234 132

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Figure 7 represents the RN to BSN Male to Female enrollment for the School of Nursing Bachelors in Science Program.

Number of Students

RN to BSN Male to Female Ratio 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Male Female

320 204

49

84 15

30

35

2012 7

2013 15

2014 30

2015 35

49

84

204

320

7

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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Figure 8 represents the average RN to BSN GPA of each class at the completion of the program.

RN to BSN Completion GPA GPA

3.8 3.6 3.4 3.2 3 RN to BSN Completion GPA

3.53

3.63

3.7

3.24

2012

2013

2014

2015

3.24

3.53

3.63

3.7

Data Source: Banner - ISIS COEHP Assessment and Accreditation Rpts (P_PAAR_RPRTS)

Retention rate has been reported yearly for Columbus State University. The School of Nursing has defined retention based on each cohort of students accepted. The change in trending retention rate was implemented in academic year 2014 to 2015. The time frame utilized for completion is three years from acceptance into the Bachelors of Science in Nursing program. The RN to BSN Program is composed of Registered Nurses who are completing the Bachelors of Science in Nursing Degree. Students accepted must still complete core curriculum required by the nursing program. The majority of students enrolled attend part-time. Completion of the core curriculum and part-time attendance are variables which may contribute to a lower retention rate. The retention rate for the RN to BSN Program is noted in Figure 9.

Figure 9: RN to Bachelors of Science Retention Rates

Retention Percentage

RN to BSN Retention 100 100 80 60 40 20 0 Rention

93

92 69 54

2011 100

2012 93

2013 92

2014 69

2015 54

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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication In 2012, the School of Nursing joined the Georgia Intercollegiate Consortium for Graduate Nursing Education (GICGNE), a partnership between Columbus State University and Georgia Southwestern University. This has resulted in the establishment of a Masters in Nursing program to meet the graduates’ demands in the nursing profession. Through the GICGNE partnership, a Family Nurse Practitioner program was implemented in January of 2015. The patterns in the 2015-2016 academic year included an increase of 37% in the Masters in Nursing program and an increase of 179% in the Family Nurse Practitioner program in the Columbus State University cohort of students. Table 5 represents the specific overall program enrollment for the Masters in Science Nursing program. Year 2015 2014 2013 2012

MSN 37 27 28 11

FNP

Total 104 51 28 11

67 24 0 0

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Masters in Nursing Program Table 6 delineates the Masters of Science in Nursing Program Tracks Year

2015 2014

Education

20 11

Informatics

5 3

Data Source: SON PACE Office, 2015

Leadership

12 11

Health Care Informatics Certificate

0 1

Nurse Educator Certificate

0 1

Total

37 27


Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Table 7 represents race and ethnicity of the students in the MSN Columbus Cohort. Year

Non Resident Alien

2015 2014 2013 2012

0 0 0 0

Black

22(60%) 15(56%) 11(39%) 4 (36%)

American Indian/ Alaska Native

0 0 0 0

Asian

0 0 0 0

Hispanic

3 (8%) 3(11%) 1(3.5%) 0

White

10 (27%) 9(33%) 15(54%) 6 (55%)

Two or More Races

Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander

Unknown

Total

2 (5%) 0 1(3.5%) 1 (9%)

0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0

37 27 28 11

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Table 8: Male to Female Enrollment MSN (CSU Cohort) Year 2015 2014 2013

Male 0 0 1

Female 37 27 27

Total 37 27 28

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Table 9 represents the average GPA of each class accepted into the Master in Science Nursing program. Year 2015 2014 2013

Average GPA 3.2 3.27 3.13

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Columbus State University College of Education and Health Professions School of Nursing Facts and Figures Reference Data Publication Table 10 represents the completion GPA of the MSN program Year 2015 2014

Average GPA 3.78 3.79

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Table 11 represents the Graduates of the MSN program Year 2015 2014

Graduates 6 ** First Class Admitted

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Family Nurse Practitioner Program The following represents the Georgia Intercollegiate Consortium for Graduate Nursing Education (GICGNE), a partnership between Columbus State University and Georgia Southwestern University Family Nursing Practitioner (FNP) Program. The following data is a representation of the Columbus State cohort since the initiation of the program in January 2015. Table 11 represents race and ethnicity of the students in the Columbus Cohort. Table 12: Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) Students by Race/Ethnicity (CSU Cohort) Year

Non Resident Alien

Black

American Indian/ Alaska Native

Asian

Hispanic

White

Two or More Races

Native Hawaiian / Pacific Islander

Unknown

Total

2015

0

17(25%)

0

2(3%)

1(2%)

43(64%

4(6%)

0

0

67

2014

0

5(21%)

0

0

1(4%)

16(67%

2(8%)

0

0

24

) )

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Table 13 represents the Gender enrollment ratio for the Family Nurse Practitioner Program. Year 2015 2014

Male 9

Female 58

Total 67

2

22

24

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Table 14 represents the average GPA of each class accepted into the Family Nurse Practitioner program (CSU Cohort) Year 2015

Average GPA 3.23

2014

3.16

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Table 15 represents the number of graduates of the FNP program and completion GPA (CSU Cohort) Year 2015

Graduates 10

Average GPA 3.44

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