Nursing, BSN


Bachelor of Science Degree consists of:

  • 120 Semester credits (50 General Education and 70 Nursing)
  • 2250 classroom hours (1500 lecture, 300 lab, and 450 clinical)
  • 175 weeks of academic instruction (approximately 42 months)


The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree program incorporates liberal arts and sciences and nursing coursework in a program that produces competencies for the practice of professional nursing. This is accomplished through an integration of theoretical knowledge, psychomotor skill acquisition and development of clinical judgment/reasoning. The curriculum integrates professional, ethical, and legal standards with decision-making, problem-solving, and leadership development. The curriculum is designed to promote life-long learning among the graduates.
To prepare nurses who can:
  • Provide individualized comprehensive care based on theories and principles of nursing and related disciplines to individuals, families, aggregates, and communities, from entry to the healthcare system through long-term planning.
  • Demonstrate leadership and collaboration with consumers and other healthcare providers in providing care and/or delegating responsibilities for health promotion, illness prevention, health restoration, health maintenance and rehabilitative activities.
  • Communicate effectively with patient populations and other healthcare providers in managing the healthcare of individuals, families, aggregates and communities.
  • Integrates clinical judgment in professional decision-making and implementation of the nursing • process.
  • Demonstrate responsibility for continued personal and professional development through enrollment in graduate education, continuing education degree programs, professional reading and participation in professional organizations and community service.
  • Implement professional nursing standards by practicing within the legal definitions of nursing practice and acts in accordance with the nursing code of ethics and American Nurses Association (ANA) standards of practice.


General Education (50 credits)

Nursing Core (70 credits)

1Courses awarded to Foreign Medical Doctor
2Courses awarded to licensed RN with ASN degree
3Courses awarded to licensed LPN

Courses are not necessarily taught in the order presented. Antigua College International reserves the right to make changes to the program to stay abreast of changing industry standards. The program courses, exams, and all materials are presented in English.

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