Oct 25, 2021  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog 
    
2021-2022 Undergraduate Academic Catalog

Nursing, BSN


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College Nursing
Academic Award Bachelor of Science in Nursing
Credits Required 125 semester credits
Dean Erin-Joy Bjorge
CIP Code 51.3801

The Mark and Huldah Buntain College of Nursing at Northwest University graduates scholarly professional nurses who practice from a uniquely Christian worldview and are dedicated to helping all human beings in pursuit of holistic health. Upon successful completion of the four-year pre-nursing courses and nursing curriculum requirements, students are prepared to sit for the national licensure examination leading to the Registered Nurse (RN) status in the State of Washington. This licensure allows graduates to practice professional nursing in health care systems across Washington State and seek reciprocal licensure in all states and territories of the United States of America or any nation in the world.

See the Mark and Huldah Buntain College of Nursing   under the Academic Programs section of this catalog for a complete program description. 

Nursing Program Outcomes

The graduates of the Mark and Huldah Buntain College of Nursing at Northwest University effectively:

  1. Integrate Christian faith into professional nursing practice to serve individuals, families, and populations.
  2. Plan compassionate and culturally sensitive care with the guiding principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
  3. Apply clinical judgement to deliver safe person-centered care across the lifespan and health-illness continuum.
  4. Utilize patient care technologies and informatic processes to deliver quality, safe, and effective nursing care.
  5. Integrate evidence-based practice and scholarly inquiry into clinical decisions for quality patient care.
  6. Practice leadership behaviors, ethical decision making, and communication skills in collaboration with interprofessional teams.
  7. Articulate problems in complex healthcare systems to contribute to a culture of safety.
  8. Examine solutions for population health within the frameworks of health promotion, policy, and health systems.
  9. Create a professional identity inclusive of personal well-being, professional growth, and career-long learning.

Core Curriculum Requirements: 61


General Electives: 0


Total: 125 Semester Credits


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