200 S. Capitol Street
Clinton, Mississippi 39058
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RN to BSN Programs
RN to BSN Program Details
Mississippi College School of Nursing, in keeping with its commitment to providing opportunities for educational advancement for working RNs, is initiating a major revision of the BSN Completion Track beginning May 2008. The faculty has reaffirmed their commitment to provide meaningful learning opportunities with flexibility in delivery of courses and clinical experiences. It is anticipated that these online courses will allow the student to continue employment while attaining a baccalaureate degree in nursing from Mississippi College.
Students may validate their previous nursing course work and experience through personal interviews, and the completion of NUR 324. Successful completion of the validation process results in the awarding of 30 semester hours of work at senior college level for: NUR 325 (5 hours), NUR 327(7 hours), NUR 343 (3 hours), NUR 344 (4 hours), NUR 345 (5 hours), NUR 414 (4 hours) and NUR 416 (2 hours) for a total of 30 hours total credit at the cost of $8.00* per hour (for a total of $240.00).
The faculty has reaffirmed their commitment to provide meaningful learning opportunities with flexibility in scheduling and clinical experiences. Clinical experience is only connected with Community Health Nursing and Nursing Management. There is lab time allowed for the Health Assessment course. Clinical experiences will be tailored to the student's personal and professional needs. A broad range of clinical experiences meet the clinical requirements of both courses.
If you are interested in pursuing a BSN degree at Mississippi College, please contact the School of Nursing for an appointment to have your transcript evaluated.
BSN Program Details
The Mississippi College School of Nursing was established in 1969, and graduated its first class in 1973. The School of Nursing is accredited by the Mississippi Board of Institutions of Higher Learning and the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
The School of Nursing offers a program of study leading to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. This is the basic professional degree for nurses and is the foundation for graduate nursing education. The nursing curriculum is designed to enable the student to secure a broad foundation in general education with content in professional nursing education.