Kansas Nursing Schools

A bachelors of science in nursing (BSN) prepares students to work in various clinical settings including emergency rooms, traditional hospitals, specialists departments and family physicians offices. The degree provides basic instructions in subjects like research and evidence-based nursing practice, health promotion and wellness, interprofessional practice and quality improvement. Students pursuing this program can either pick electives or choose a specialization which prepares them for specialized duties. Most schools require students to complete a period of supervised experience at a clinical setting, like a health center or hospital. Usually BSN programs require a period of 4 years to complete. However, people who are currently working or already have an associate degree in nursing can graduate in a span of two years. In addition to classroom learning, this program also allows students to apply their knowledge to real-world issues.

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