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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program

Colorado Mesa University's Bachelor of Science in Nursing program provides a foundation for excellence in professional nursing practice. It is designed to prepare graduates having met state licensure requirements to practice as a professional nurse, pursue graduate education, assume leadership roles and promote learning as a lifelong process. The program provides educational experiences to prepare a professional nurse generalist to practice in a variety of health care settings.

The program integrates nursing theory, practice and science with a broad liberal arts education. It prepares a highly competent professional with the education necessary to meet the increasing need for quality health care in society today.

General Questions

If you need more general information, please contact Renae Phillips, Professional Staff Assistant at rdphilli@coloradomesa.edu or 970.248.1235.

Advising

Every semester (excluding summer), the Department of Health Sciences offers Group Advising sessions. Please check the main Department of Health Sciences' website for dates/times/locations of the Group Advising sessions. Once you've attended a Group Advising session, if you have more specific questions, you are encouraged to contact your Primary Advisor (listed on your MAV Zone) to schedule an appointment.

BSN Graduates

Graduates of the program are employed locally, state-wide and nationally. Employers have reported that graduates of the program are some of the best prepared in the state.

BSN Student Welcome Back!

The Welcome Back Event for ALL BSN students held each semester is an opportunity to meet faculty and students from each level of the program. This is a fun, entertaining and prize filled event!

Monday, August 29, 2016 @ 3:30pm

Location: University Center Ballroom

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Program Accreditation

The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is accredited by CCNE.

BSN Program Effectiveness Data

Program Information

State Board of Nursing Screening

BSN Program Student Learning Outcomes

Program Requirements

  • BSN
    • PLEASE NOTE: Prerequisite requirements must be completed or be in the process of completion by the October 1/March 1 application deadline. “Late Start” or “Second Module” classes beginning after the October 1/March 1 deadline do not count toward prerequisites (this does not include essential learning courses such as a KINA 1XX course). All essential learning courses must be completed by the end of the semester you are applying, to be considered a candidate for the BSN program.
  • Course Descriptions

Kaplan Exam Testing

The Kaplan Nursing School Entrance Exam is available to take throughout the academic year.

Results of the Kaplan Exam is required to be turned into the Department of Health Sciences by the October 1st or March 1st deadline.

Students are allowed to take the KAPLAN only ONE time.

Register for the exam:

Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam

Study Guide: Kaplan Nursing Entrance Exam

CPR Information

American Heart Association, Healthcare Provider CPR Certification Class Registration

Student Information

BSN Student Handbook

Background Check Information

Mental/Physical Capacity Requirements

Colorado Nursing Articulation Model

Job Source Information

RN/LPN Online Refresher Courses

Application Information

BSN Information Packet

The following application forms must be opened in Adobe Acrobat, so that it can be filled out electronically. Save the form(s) then ssubmit them electronically to Renae Phillips: healthscience@coloradomesa.edu