The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program fosters confident, collaborative leaders prepared to work in complex healthcare environments.
In their first year, Cabrini Nursing majors will take discipline-specific courses to gain immediate insight into the theories and concepts essential to nursing practice, professionalism, and their roles as members of interprofessional healthcare teams.
Cabrini’s coursework will include on-campus clinical simulations, as well as off-campus clinical experiences, to provide students experiential learning opportunities that develop sound clinical judgment skills.
The program will prepare graduates to pass the NCLEX-RN examination, which is required of all registered nurses.
The Nursing curriculum includes:
- NUR 101, 102, 201, 202 - Nursing Seminar I, II, III, IV
- NUR 301 – Planning Care and Decision-Making in Nursing
- NUR 302 – Clinical Judgement, Quality, and Safety in Nursing
- NUR 305 – Health Assessment
- NUR 311, 312 – Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I, II
- NUR 313 – Foundational Nursing Practice
- NUR 314 – Nursing Care of Diverse Populations
- NUR 320 – Nursing Care of Dynamic and Vulnerable Populations
- NUR 401 – Scholarly Inquiry and Evidenced-Based Practice
- NUR 402 – Fostering a Healthy and Effective Nursing Workforce
- NUR 411 – Sexual and Reproductive Health
- NUR 413 – Nursing Care of Patients with Complex Health Problems
- NUR 415 – Nursing Care of Infants, Children, and Adolescents
- NUR 420 – Population and Public Health Nursing
- NUR 430 – Nursing Leadership and Practice
View the Nursing Curriculum.
Nursing majors also take courses in the core curriculum including biology, chemistry, ethics, mathematics, nutrition, policy, and psychology.