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KEUKA COLLEGE

Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing

Accelerated Studies for Adults Program Keuka College’s RN to B.S. in nursing curriculum is designed for registered nurses (RNs) who have an associate degree and wish to advance their careers in health care. The program extends beyond the clinical aspects of nursing to provide a background in patient education, health promotion, and technology integration. With a classroom-based format and experienced nursing faculty, you’ll enhance your personal goals, increase earnings and improve job security. Throughout the program, you’ll be asked to experience a new nursing area of your own choosing in your Field Period course–allowing you to look at your practice in new ways and with new skills. Upon graduation, our students are prepared to specialize in a variety of areas, including community health, outpatient medicine, military health, school health, home care, acute care or specialty services.

Earn your RN to B.S. at Jefferson Community College • Accelerated Format - Classes are held one night each week, one course at a time. • Locations Close to Home - Attend class at your local community college in Watertown. • Cohort Model - You’ll move through each class as a group, creating opportunities for networking and support. • Seminar Format - Build communication and team skills in a collaborative learning environment.

Required Courses INS 301 - Integrative Studies II: Adult Learning Theory and Practice NUR 316 - Nursing History NUR 317 - Professional Development NUR 315 - Nursing Research NUR 300 - Health Assessment NUR 311 - Genetics in Nursing NUR 309 - Family Health Nursing

NUR 303 - Epidemiology NUR 415 - Community Health Nursing NUR 400 - Business Planning for Health Care NUR 425 - Nursing Leadership NUR 430 - Professional Practice Issues NUR 491 - Senior Field Period

Center for Professional Studies, Keuka College, One Keuka Business Park, Penn Yan, NY 14527 E-mail: adlearn@keuka.edu • Web: www.keuka.edu/asap • Phone: 1-866-255-3852 • Fax: (315) 279-5407


Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing Admissions Requirements

• Minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4.0 scale. • Applicants must hold a current license to practice as a Registered Nurse (RN) in New York. • Applicants must be currently working as an RN either full- or part-time. • Applicants must demonstrate an appropriate combination of maturity, experience and motivation. • Completion of 60 or more transferable credits from an accredited institution. • Completion of the following required prerequisite coursework: PHL 115 Ethics (3 credits) BUS 320 Statistics (3 credits)

How to Apply

• Complete your undergraduate application online at: www.keuka.edu/asap/apply. • Submit all official transcripts from each college or university you’ve attended. • Pay your $50 non-refundable application fee. Ask us how to get this fee waived!

Application Deadlines

Students are encouraged to apply at least 30 days prior to the month of their planned enrollment, using the timeline below. Applications will be accepted on a continuous basis. Students will be notified of their enrollment status once a decision has been made. Fall term.................August 1 Spring term.............Janaury 1 Summer term..........May 1

Financing a Keuka Education At Keuka, your tuition covers all the costs of earning your degree! That means you’ll be able to successfully budget for your college education without worrying about any extra charges or fees. It also means that textbooks are included in tuition and shipped right to your door. Plus, your tuition rate remains locked-in throughout your entire program. Keuka College’s Office of Financial Aid provides a variety of programs to assist you in meeting your educational expenses. Among the financial aid options available are need-based grants, loans, federal and state programs, and employer reimbursement.

Center for Professional Studies, Keuka College, One Keuka Business Park, Penn Yan, NY 14527 E-mail: adlearn@keuka.edu • Web: www.keuka.edu/asap • Phone: 1-866-255-3852 • Fax: (315) 279-5407


Keuka College BSN Program Information