The Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree at Campbell University is designed to provide students with the training and education necessary to enter the workforce as a registered nurse. The College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences is dedicated to helping students become the best healthcare professionals they can be by offering interprofessional education opportunities, top of the line training facilities, and first-hand experience with rural healthcare needs.
Between 2010 and 2020, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects registered nurse employment growth of 26 percent, in large part to higher healthcare demand from aging Baby Boomers. The number of Registered Nurses per one hundred thousand population is calculated using estimates from the Census Bureau in 2011. The number of RNs to 100,000 in NC is 945 with the U.S. average at 874. The data for the bordering states includes: Georgia (665), Tennessee (946), Virginia (768) and South Carolina (911). Thus the potential job market includes a portion of the Southeast Region of the U.S.
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Upon acceptance, the applicant is admitted to Campbell University as a general undergraduate student and is identified as pre-nursing for the first two years. During the sophomore year, pre-nursing students complete a competitive admission application to the BSN program.
Find Your Purpose
The purpose of the Campbell University BSN degree program is to prepare each student for initial licensure as a registered nurse. The program provides a Christian environment in which to develop the knowledge, skills, and values deemed essential for safe, quality nursing care in a complex and changing environment. The program contributes to the mission of the university by educating students to become caring, ethical, beginning care providers with interprofessional healthcare team skills.
State of the Art Facilities
The nursing program will have access to state of the art facilities across Campbell University's campus. The newly renovated Carrie Rich Hall currently houses faculty & staff offices and conference rooms. Nursing students will be able to study and practice in Maddox Hall as well as the Leon Levine Hall of Medical Sciences, which houses a state-of-the-art simulation center for standardized patients.