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California State University, USA, Los Angeles

Nursing, B.Sc.

  • Nursing, B.Sc.
  • Full-time
  • Duration : 4 years

Student Type

Domestic

Indicative Fees

AUD 6,600

Study mode

On Campus

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Course Highlights

The R.N.-B.S. degree in Nursing program at California State University Northridge is designed to articulate with community college programs and provide a baccalaureate completion program for licensed R.N.s with an associate degree in Nursing or its equivalent.

Career Opportunities

Nursing is a vocational degree that develops your personal skills and a strong sense of professionalism, which are qualities valued by many employers Job options Jobs directly related to your degree include: Adult nurse Children's nurse Health visitor High intensity therapist Learning disability nurse Mental health nurse Midwife Paramedic Physician associate Jobs where your degree would be useful include: Counsellor Further education teacher Health service manager Higher education lecturer Play therapist Primary care graduate mental health worker Police officer Social worker Remember that many employers accept applications from graduates with any degree subject, so don't restrict your thinking to the jobs listed here.

Course Overview

The B.S.N. framework emphasizes the practice of professional nursing, including the design of nursing systems to provide assistance to individuals, families, groups, communities and populations that are unable to meet either self-care or dependent-care needs without nursing intervention. Students are individuals already licensed by the state to practice as R.N.s who are seeking to advance their nursing knowledge and education. The Nursing program is offered at California State University Northridge. I want to find another Bachelor Course Student Learning Outcomes Upon completion of the B.S.N., graduates will use critical thinking, therapeutic interventions and communication across a wide variety of settings in order to: Use nursing systems to promote health and prevent disease and injury among diverse communities, families and individuals across the life span. Translate current, best evidence into practice that meets professional standards. Demonstrate competence in information management and patient-care technology. Function collaboratively as a member within an interprofessional healthcare community to improve health outcomes. Provide direct and indirect care within legal and ethical professional standards. Demonstrate leadership skills in providing safe, quality, patient-centered care to individuals, families, groups, communities and populations. Serve as a patient advocate locally, nationally and globally. Demonstrate characteristics of a lifelong learner.

Subjects

Programme Structure Baccalaureate education in Nursing prepares for the practice of professional nursing in multiple sites and with a variety of clientele. The curriculum provides students an opportunity to broaden their base of liberal education through Upper Division General Education and elective courses. In addition, nursing courses will enhance knowledge of human development, assessment skills, theories of nursing, ethics and current issues in the practice of professional nursing, community health, leadership and research. Students may attend full-time or part-time with nursing courses 1-2 days per week. Several nursing courses combine live and online instruction. Students may take General Education and elective courses as they choose. The program values include integrity, advocacy, excellence, lifelong learning, respect for others and competence. Courses include: Epidemiology: Study of Disease Pathophysiology Professional Nursing Supportive/Educative Nursing Systems Health Assessment in Self-Care Agency and Lab Family Systems Nursing Nursing Research and Evidence-Based Practice Nursing Systems Issues and Ethics Dynamics of Nursing Leadership and Lab Community and Population Health Nursing and Lab

Fees

USD/year

Academic Entry Requirement

Academic Requirements Eligibility Requirements To be considered for admission as a first-time freshman, you must meet all the standard CSU admission criteria below: 1. Graduate from high school or have the legal equivalent of a high school diploma. 2. Complete the college preparatory subject requirements (a-g course list) with a grade of C or better: English: 4 years Mathematics: 3 years. Algebra, geometry, and intermediate algebra Social Science/History: 2 years, including 1 year U.S. history or U.S. history and government Science: 2 years. 1 biological science with lab, and 1 physical science with lab Foreign Language: 2 years in the same language (subject to waiver for applicants demonstrating equivalent competence) Visual and Performing Arts: 1 year. Art, dance, drama/theater, or music Electives: 1 year. Selected from English, advanced mathematics, social science/history, laboratory science, foreign language, visual and performing arts, or any other courses approved and included on the UC/CSU "a-g" list. International Students All OFFICIAL secondary-school records including certificates, examination grades, degrees or diplomas in original language of issue. Your records must include official verification of high school completion. Official English translations of all academic records including certificates, degrees or diplomas. Do not fax translations. Applicants who have studied in the U.S. are also required to have the U.S. institution(s) send official transcript(s) directly to CSUN.

English Entry Requirement

6

Contact Details

California State University

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