- The BSN-Bachelor of Science in Nursing training program was the very first program ever offered at Clarkson College and thus remains their most sought after degree today. The curriculum was created to offer pupils a foundation of contemporary knowledge in science, humanities as well as related professional disciplines with coursework that emphasizes critical thinking, health and also human functioning, client- and family-centered care for diverse populations, leadership development, and even therapeutic nursing interventions. The program is 8-semesters (full time) and Part-time option available.
- Class sizes in the BSN training program are kept to a minimum and are taught by instructors with vast experience as well as credibility in the nursing field. Manual practice in their on-campus skills lab and also simulation lab, as well as in several hospitals, clinics and other public health care settings, commences within your first year in the training program. While the majority of Bachelor of Science in Nursing courses are classroom-based, you also have the option to finish a portion of your coursework online.
- As a graduate of the BSN training program, you are qualified to sit and take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX).
About the school
- Clarkson College is a non-public college located in Omaha, Nebraska, the United States of America which offers undergraduate, graduate and even post-graduate degrees in the health sciences.
Total estimated cost of attendance is approximate $22,910
Following are the minimum requirements for BSN Nursing Program. Minimum admission standards include:
- Complete the online undergraduate application.
- Submit your $35 application fee.
- Proof of placement on the Nebraska Nurse Aid Registry or documentation of completion of a federally approved 75-hour nurse aide training course. For information, contact the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services
- If you are currently on the Nebraska registry, refer to the License Information system search. Print off your registry details, and submit them with your additional application materials.
- Official college transcripts must be submitted from all colleges and/or universities attended. This includes college-level coursework completed while in high school.
- Official transcripts are sent directly from your high school to Clarkson College and must show at least three years of grades. Any college coursework you have completed should be included on your transcript.
- Your official standardized test score reports must be sent to Clarkson College directly from the College Board, ACT or be recorded on your high school transcript. When you register to take your tests, make sure to indicate on the registration form that you would like your official score report sent directly to Clarkson College. The Clarkson College codes to use are:
- SAT: 2250
- ACT: 2436
- Technical Standards form
- Review Professional Expectation
Required Undergraduate Admissions Materials
Each student must meet one of the following:
- Official Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score. A minimum of 100 total score on the TOEFL iBT, and a minimum of 250 total score computer-based is required.
- Graduation from an accredited U.S. high school.
- S. General Educational Development (GED) Certificate with an English score of 500 or equivalent.
- Bachelor’s or higher-level degree from a U.S. accredited college or university.
Essay: Your essay is crucial in helping us understand your academic and professional goals. Use the following guidelines when writing your essay:
- Why you will be successful as a health care provider in your prospective field of study.
- Why you wish to attend Clarkson College.
- Describe what professionalism means to you and why it is important to your role as a health care professional.
Address: 101 S 42nd St, Omaha, NE 68131
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