A BSN degree from Regis University requires 120 semester hours of credit spanning a wide range of courses, which encompass liberal arts and science, humanities, philosophy, religious studies, and the upper-division nursing curriculum. During the junior and senior years, students gain specialized knowledge and training through a variety of clinical experiences. These include both inpatient and outpatient settings, located throughout the Denver metro area. Each clinical experience provides unique exposure to real-life health situations and elements of research and leadership are integrated throughout the Bachelors of Science in Nursing program. In addition, Service Learning, a vital part of the curriculum, allows students an opportunity to develop a sense of commitment to the community and a spirit of volunteerism. The nursing faculty and Service Learning Coordinator help you establish appropriate service-learning projects locally, nationally and globally.
Denver , United States