After receiving your RN, the University of the District of Columbia is the ideal place to continue on to receive your bachelor’s degree in nursing, and to develop the skills and tools to succeed in today’s modern, complex, and dynamic health care environment.
The RN to BSN program--housed in the University’s unique College of Agriculture, Urban Sustainability and Environmental Sciences (CAUSES)— is an 18-month program that offers a rigorous academic and experiential course of study, while providing a flexible schedule to meet the needs of the working professional nurse. Students in the RN to BSN program come from a wide range of backgrounds and are educated to facilitate positive nursing outcomes in a culturally diverse urban population.
The 18-month RN to BSN program consists of junior and senior levels. Students may enter the junior level of the program while completing prerequisite general education courses.
The RN to BSN nursing curriculum at UDC features a recently reinvigorated academic and experiential program of study designed to equip nurses with the knowledge, skills, and values to deliver, manage, and lead nursing care to an array of populations in a variety of settings.
Dr. Pier A. Broadnax, associate professor and program director, has served as chair of the undergraduate nursing program at Howard University, an adjunct at Yale University, and as a charter member of the Mayor's Health Policy Council for the District of Columbia. She was recently appointed to a D.C. Department of Health subcommittee on healthcare delivery in the District. Broadnax holds a Ph.D. in nursing with health policy development from George Mason University, an MS in advanced adult nursing from Hampton University, and a BSN from Winston Salem University.
The program is fully accredited by Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN):
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