- Bachelor of Science, Nursing, with three tracks available: a RN to B.S.N. track, a L.V.N. to B.S.N. track, and a pre-licensure B.S.N. track
- Bachelor's Degree ASBSN for students with a prior bachelor's degree (Beginning Fall 2011)
- Master of Science, Nursing, with concentrations in Nursing Education and Gerontological Nursing
- Nursing Administration
- Nurse Practitioner, $108,000
- Public Health Nurse, $61,000
- Supervising RN, $96,000
- Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN), $53,000
- Debra Tavernier (Director), Ed.D., CSU Stanislaus ('11)
- Lisa Adams, RN, MSN, CSU Sonoma ('04)
- Diane Crayton, RN-BC, MSN, Sonoma ('01)
- Linda Goodwin, RN, Ph.D., Univ. of Kansas ('92)
- Diane Katsma, RN, MN, ENP, UC Los Angeles ('85)
- Judith Keswick, MSN, CSU Chico ('90)
- Marla J. Marek, RN, Ph.D.c, MSN, UC San Francisco ('02)
- Carolyn T. Martin, RN, Ph.D. UC San Francisco ('06)
- Mechelle Perea-Ryan, RN, MS, UC San Francisco ('97)
- Alleene Pingenot, Ph.D., Kansas State ('06)
- Jen Rinaldo, RN, Ph.D., UC San Francisco ('11)
Under the tutelage of faculty and as a part of a diverse student body, students find many opportunities to discover things about themselves, their communities, and what they want to become.
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The School of Nursing offers a variety of programs leading to a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. The pre-licensure track is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a career in Nursing, while the RN to BSN track is designed to meet the needs of ADN – licensed registered nurses. The School of Nursing also offers a master's program with an emphasis in nursing education and gerontological nursing.
Where can you go with a degree in Nursing? Possible career paths and fields of work include public health nursing, school nursing, leadership and management, critical care, armed services health care, nursing education, home health care, mental health, nursing research, and non-profit agency work.
- Human Development Over the Life Span
- Leadership and Management
- Adult Health Nursing
- Pediatric Nursing
- Mental Health Nursing
- Transcultural Nursing Care
- Issues Facing the Profession Go online to www.csustan.edu/Nursing for more course descriptions.
Intro. to Nursing Research
Introduction to the basic concepts of nursing research. An emphasis is put on evaluation of research and application of findings in nursing practice.
- To integrate knowledge from the liberal arts and sciences in making nursing judgments
- To demonstrate professional values, which derive from the core values of caring: altruism, autonomy, human dignity, integrity, and social justice
- To use clinical reasoning as an integral part of all decision making
- To demonstrate competent communication skills
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