Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) a Bethel College degree in partnership with Grace College

Overview

Grace College and the School of Nursing at Bethel College partner together to offer the traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree on the Grace campus. The BSN degree requires 120 credit hours to complete, including liberal arts coursework and 65 credit hours in the nursing major. 

The Bethel College BSN at Grace College is accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN) as well as the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and the Indiana State Board of Nursing. Click here for more information.

Bethel also offers the Bachelor of Science in Nursing completion program at the Grace College campus. This program is for Registered Nurses (R.N.) who desire to advance their nursing education.

The BSN completion program allows flexible transfer of credits from accredited institutions. Many of the courses are offered in a hybrid or online format. The BSN completion program is ACEN accredited, facilitating advancement to graduate programs.

To learn more, see Bethel's program details.

Course Requirements for Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)

BSN Completion Brochure

Courses

Examples of courses in this major:

NRS 3000 Nursing Informatics

This course is designed to prepare students to use technological innovations to enhance safe patient/family-centered care, evidenced based practice, quality improvement, and information management.

NRS 3830 Contemporary Issues in Nursing

This course explores current issues and trends that impact professional nursing practice, with special attention to a Christian worldview.

NRS 4710 Nursing Leadership and Management

This course focuses on the application of leadership management skills synthesized from previous learning. It emphasizes teamwork and collaboration; knowledge of the health care environment; professionalism; and quality improvement.

NRS 4870 Global Health

This course explores global health in terms of the problems, trends, and ethical concerns that cross national borders. It provides a broad overview of the complex factors influencing these issues. Attention is given to responses by the Christian community.

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