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Bachelor of Science (BS)
Southern Vermont College in Bennington, VT
Southern Vermont College’s BSN program offers an intellectually challenging, hands-on academic experience that will help prepare you to be on the leading edge of quality nursing care in a variety of professional settings. SVC’s Nursing program has two degree program tracks: the Pre-licensure BSN for students who will be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN exam upon graduation and the RN-BSN program designed for registered nurses who wish to continue their education. The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Southern Vermont College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
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Bachelor of Science (BS)
Castleton University in Castleton, VT
The Castleton Nursing Department is built on a long-standing tradition of excellence in nursing education through evidence-based innovation. The knowledgeable and dedicated faculty is committed to meeting the needs of diverse learners, the community populations served, and the requirements of the profession. Through a combination of coursework, simulated and varied practice-setting experiences, you will be prepared for evidence-based practice in a complex healthcare system and advanced education in nursing. The Castleton RN to B.S. Program allows qualified professionals to finish the required coursework to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The flexible online program, which offers both online and face-to-face coursework, assures each student will be considered individually as a transfer student and must meet the Castleton B.S. degree requirements of 122 credits before graduation. The time and number of credits for program completion may vary based on the number of credits transferred. All candidates licensed as registered nurses will be awarded 34 credits toward a B.S. degree. The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Castleton University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education. The program is also approved by the Vermont Board of Nursing. Castleton offers two tracks in the baccalaureate program: the generic and the RN to B.S. The generic track is a traditional four-year pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing program. The RN to B.S. track is designed for nurses who have graduated from diploma or associate degree programs who are interested in completing the baccalaureate degree in nursing. As a candidate of this track, you will be considered individually as a transfer student and must meet the University’s B.S. requirements before graduation. For this reason, the time and number of credits required for program completion may vary. As a graduate of the four-year B.S. degree program you will be equipped to address the needs of diverse patient populations as a result of their broadened educational scope. Additionally, you will have the opportunity to expand your career options and will possess the ability to pursue an advanced degree. If you have an active and unencumbered license as a registered nurse in the state of Vermont you may also be eligible for the RN to B.S. Completion Program. As a candidate of the program you will be considered individually as a transfer student and must meet the University’s B.S. requirements before graduation. For this reason, the time and number of credits required for program completion may vary. Students matriculating into Castleton's nursing program are required to undergo a criminal background check and drug screen after acceptance into the program and prior to enrollment. Final acceptance to the program is conditioned upon a satisfactory check and screening. Additional checks and/or screenings may also be required by a specific clinical affiliation site. The cost of the background check and drug screen will be paid by the student.
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is an online degree-completion program intended for current RNs who are ready to pursue the next level of their nursing education while working. It is designed to prepare nurses to possess greater knowledge of health promotion, disease prevention, risk reduction, and global health. The program includes studies in healthcare information systems, palliative care, advanced assessment skills, nursing research, holistic healing, leadership and management, and community nursing. Our BSN program is offered entirely online with additional local precepted experiences. The Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Vermont Tech is fully online. Students currently enrolled in the ADN program may continue directly in the BSN program if they maintain a minimum 2.50 GPA and obtain a Registered Nurse license prior to beginning NUR courses in the BSN program. BSN students must receive a grade of C or better in all NUR courses. If a student receives a grade of less than 75, the student is placed on probation but can continue to take classes. They may retake the course once within a one-year period and are removed from probation if they receive a C or better in that course. Receiving a grade of C- or less in the same course twice or once in two separate courses is grounds for dismissal from the program. The Associate Dean of Nursing reviews such cases for mitigating circumstances and makes final decisions regarding dismissal. A student with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing will be able to: Collaborate with clients, the interdisciplinary team, and multiple care providers when planning care to establish client-centered goals to optimize wellness outcomes and evaluate care plan effectiveness for the individual and community Engage applied sciences including scientific, behavioral, psychological, and cultural principles for the care of complex clients that incorporates global appreciation, understanding, and tolerance; design evidence-based practice care, incorporating and participating in qualitative research to generate theory and/or quantitative research to test theory Distinguish between experimental positivistic empirical approaches and non-experimental research designs; define strengths, weaknesses, the importance of rigor and replicable findings; statistical analysis; and threats to validity, such as bias Determine utilization of collaborative relationships with the health team and the community to facilitate communication of team members to enhance care, promote mentorship, and strategize utilization of technology, embracing diversity while evolving therapeutic communication techniques of presencing and dialogical exchange Integrate legal and ethical standards that encompass consideration of potential ethical dilemmas and promote self-integrity as well as consideration of benefit to the community Coordinate and co-lead the interdisciplinary team; advocate for clients by compassionately caring for people and families using the art and science of nursing in theoretically-based practice Help people flourish and find optimal meaning in their lived experiences, demonstrate sound nursing judgement, utilize critical thinking, develop scholarship, and ascertain how to promote the healthiest possible community Maximize patient-centered care by co-creating health with clients, empowering people, facilitating comfort, and incorporating health promotion by synthesizing integration of the simultaneity and totality paradigm Design a holistic teaching plan with understanding of the person, health, environment, and nursing Continually strive for excellence through ongoing engagement in self-directed lifelong learning with participation as an active member of society in their community; working with or becoming leaders; and developing their professional identity and ability to work with teams to create innovative or evidence-based solutions to problems The BSN program includes 675 hours of theory and 225 hours of precepted time that can be completed in the student’s community or work setting. All BIO and NUR courses and PSY 1050 must be completed with a grade of C or better to continue in any program; only 35 credits from the PN program will count toward cumulative credits. Only non-clinical hours/courses count toward GPA. Program Accreditation: ACEN
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Master of Science in Nursing (MSN)
Norwich University in Northfield, VT
Norwich University’s Master of Science in Nursing program was created and has evolved to meet that critical need to improve outcomes in health promotion, health care policy and systems. As our complex health care system and the policies that govern it continue to evolve, the need for highly competent and forward-thinking leaders in nursing has never been greater. Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), our online master's in nursing program equips working nurses with the relevant knowledge, skills, and experience needed to assume leadership positions in nursing administration and leadership, education, and informatics. Through a series of core courses, students develop a broad-based knowledge of health systems as well as essential skills in critical thinking, problem solving, research, evidence-based practice, communications, and management. Students then pursue one of three tracks in healthcare systems leadership, nursing education, or nursing informatics depending on their career goals. Courses in all tracks require students to complete projects based on their current work environments, giving them the opportunity to apply their newly acquired skills in real time and drive positive change within their organizations well before they graduate. A graduate degree from Norwich’s online nursing master's program helps prepare you for a range of leadership roles in nursing education or administration. Potential positions include nurse manager or educator, manager of clinical operations, project director, administrative consultant, health-policy specialist, and staff development consultant. Our graduates work for an array of health care-focused organizations that include public and private hospitals, government health agencies, and pharmaceutical companies. When asked why she didn't write more, Florence Nightingale responded in this way: I think one's feelings waste themselves in words, they ought be distilled in actions and into actions which bring results. Her words from the nineteenth century are echoed in the actions and results of today's master's-prepared nurses from Norwich University who work in hospitals, health care systems, and public health settings across the country and on military bases all over the world. Ask anyone with a deep knowledge of the health care industry in America today and they will concur: nurses are the life blood of our hospitals, medical centers, public health facilities, and nursing homes. The Norwich Master of Science in Nursing program helps prepare working nurses for these critical leadership positions in either nursing administration, education or informatics, depending on which program track they pursue. In a recent survey*, 79% of our alumni respondents said they had been offered new opportunities to lead others at their place of employment since earning their MSN. Developed based on guidelines by the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AACN), the program emphasizes broad-based knowledge of health systems and essential skills in communication, problem solving, critical thinking, research, evidence-based practice, and management. Our nursing graduates work in a wide range of health-care-related organizations, including public and private hospitals, government health agencies, and pharmaceutical companies. In a recent survey of nursing program graduates, 88% of respondents who wanted to advance in their career said they were successful in doing so.
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Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree program draws from behavioral, natural and nursing sciences. Professional nursing at the University of Vermont is presented as both a science and an art. Students prepare for professional nursing practice through a rigorous curriculum that promotes care of individuals with illness, and places an emphasis on health and the prevention of disease. Experience is provided in caring for individuals and populations. Exposure to diverse populations and individuals with special needs is a focus. Clinical experience begins in the second semester of the sophomore year and continues throughout the program. Students benefit from 594 hours of direct faculty-supervised clinical instruction. In the clinical setting, students apply theoretical knowledge drawn from the arts and sciences and based on evidence. Junior-level students experience intensive and diverse clinical practice in the acute care setting. Senior students have an immersion in Public Health and model their clinical experience either domestically or on faculty-led foreign travel education. In the spring of the senior year, students select a 126-hour clinical practicum in a preferred area of interest. The UVM Nursing program is affiliated with The University of Vermont Health Network as well as numerous community hospitals and agencies.
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Nursing (RN)
Associate of Science (AS)
Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT
Vermont Tech offers a career ladder progression approach for students to enter and advance in a nursing career. The career ladder approach is provided in a 1+1+2 model which allows for the completion of the Practical Nursing (PN) certificate, followed by the completion of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ADN) leading to eligibility for RN licensure, and culminating with the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Qualified students may be accepted into Vermont Tech’s Nursing program at any point (pre-PN, ADN, or BSN) and may progress through the bachelor’s degree or may choose to stop after receiving the PN or ADN credentials. If so, students may re-enter the program at a later time. Vermont Tech also offers an LPN and an RN re-entry program. These programs are provided for LPNs and RNs whose licenses have lapsed and would like to have them reinstated. The LPN and RN re-entry programs update the nurse’s credentials, allowing them eligibility to return to a nursing position upon completion of the program. For further information about these programs, contact the Nursing department. Nursing is a discipline and a profession, a science and an art grounded in caring that provides holistic care with respect and dignity while promoting the health of society. At Vermont Tech, collaboration among faculty and students encourages a spirit of inquiry, personal growth, and service. Nursing students have the opportunity to progress through a four-year, hands-on curriculum based on a career ladder model. Those students who choose to continue in the second-year Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) program participate in practicums in a variety of settings under the supervision of nursing instructors. Graduates’ NCLEX pass rates for licensure are higher than the national average. Students in our nursing programs also have high completion rates. The PN and ADN programs are offered at four locations across the state with campuses in Bennington, Brattleboro, Randolph Center, and Williston and at distance education sites in Lyndonville, Middlebury, Newport, St. Albans, Springfield, and White River Junction. The BSN program is offered exclusively online. We're a recognized leader in distance learning and health care simulation, which allows nursing students who practice in small rural communities across the state to experience lifelike medical situations. Our instructional curriculum is offered at distance education sites throughout the state, while the clinical experience takes place at local agencies. We also also provides the latest in simulation technology at its six simulation labs. While Vermont Tech guarantees direct progression from the PN to the ADN program for qualified students, it cannot guarantee direct progression at the same site at which the PN certificate was obtained. Because of the competitive demand for ADN slots and the limitations of clinical ADN placements in some areas of the state, some students may have to continue their nursing studies at a site other than their first choice or the site at which their PN certificate was obtained. A student progressing directly from the PN to the ADN level must request their first, second, and third site preferences for ADN education on their Nursing Direct Progress form. Vermont Tech assigns first priority to students requesting to remain at their PN site in order of GPA. Once ADN slots are filled for any site, Vermont Tech tries to place students at their next highest stated preferences if seats are available. A student whose first preference is to attend an ADN site other than their PN site will be considered for the preferred site only after qualified PN students at that site have been offered an ADN seat. A student who wishes to take off a semester or more after completing the PN or ADN program may apply for re-admittance to the Nursing program through the regular admissions process, but are not guaranteed admittance. PN and ADN students must receive a grade of C+ or better in all NUR courses and a C or better in BIO and PSY courses in order to progress in the program. If a student in the last semester of the program does not achieve these grades, they are not allowed to graduate. Grades lower than the required 75 or 77 are reflected on the transcript with the corresponding letter grade, so credits may be awarded for any grade above an F, but the student will not progress or graduate from the Nursing program. The ADN program articulates with the PN program and requires two further semesters of full-time study. The twelve clinical credits earned in the PN program do not transfer to the ADN program. ADN graduates are awarded an Associate of Science in Nursing and may apply to take the NCLEX for Registered Nurses. The Vermont State Board of Nursing application requires information regarding past history of substance abuse, prior felony convictions, and failure to pay child support or taxes for all graduates. Other states may ask similar questions. It is the Board’s responsibility to determine eligibility to sit for the licensure examination and to issue the license to practice. For more information, please refer to http://vtprofessionals.org/opr1/nurses To progress directly from the ADN to the BSN level, a student must: Declare their intent to progress on a Change of Program form no later than March 31 of the year in which they wish to progress Maintain a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA through the ADN program Obtain licensure as a Registered Nurse during the summer after completing the ADN degree ADN graduates are prepared to work in a healthcare setting under the supervision of more experienced practitioners. A student with an Associate of Science in Nursing will be able to: Evaluate the plan of care to assist clients with complex healthcare needs to maintain, achieve, or regain their optimal level of self-care Select appropriate scientific, behavioral, and cultural principles for the care of clients with complex needs in diverse settings Evaluate interpersonal skills in professional practice Incorporate behaviors consistent with legal and ethical standards of professional practice Assume the role of manager of care within the interdisciplinary team Competently deliver nursing care which maximizes the self-care potential of individuals with complex health needs in diverse settings Evaluate a comprehensive teaching plan to meet the physical and emotional needs of individuals and groups with common and complex healthcare needs Demonstrate accountability for growth as individuals, as members of society, and as professional nurses The associate degree program includes 420 hours of theory and 315 hours of clinical/lab. Program Accreditation: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
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Practical Nursing
Certificate (CERT)
Vermont Technical College in Randolph, VT
Vermont Tech offers a career ladder progression approach for students to enter and advance in a nursing career. The career ladder approach is provided in a 1+1+2 model which allows for the completion of the Practical Nursing (PN) certificate, followed by the completion of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ADN) leading to eligibility for RN licensure, and culminating with the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). Qualified students may be accepted into Vermont Tech’s Nursing program at any point (pre-PN, ADN, or BSN) and may progress through the bachelor’s degree or may choose to stop after receiving the PN or ADN credentials. If so, students may re-enter the program at a later time. Vermont Tech also offers an LPN and an RN re-entry program. These programs are provided for LPNs and RNs whose licenses have lapsed and would like to have them reinstated. The LPN and RN re-entry programs update the nurse’s credentials, allowing them eligibility to return to a nursing position upon completion of the program. For further information about these programs, contact the Nursing department. Graduates’ NCLEX pass rates for licensure are higher than the national average. Students in our nursing programs also have high completion rates. After licensure, PN graduates typically find employment in long-term care, outpatient clinics, physicians’ offices, and other healthcare agencies and work under the supervision of a registered nurse, physician, or dentist. With experience, they can assume increasing responsibilities in the nursing field. The PN and ADN programs are offered at four locations across the state with campuses in Bennington, Brattleboro, Randolph Center, and Williston and at distance education sites in Lyndonville, Middlebury, Newport, St. Albans, Springfield, and White River Junction. The BSN program is offered exclusively online. We're a recognized leader in distance learning and health care simulation, which allows nursing students who practice in small rural communities across the state to experience lifelike medical situations. Our instructional curriculum is offered at distance education sites throughout the state, while the clinical experience takes place at local agencies. We also also provides the latest in simulation technology at its six simulation labs. While Vermont Tech guarantees direct progression from the PN to the ADN program for qualified students, it cannot guarantee direct progression at the same site at which the PN certificate was obtained. Because of the competitive demand for ADN slots and the limitations of clinical ADN placements in some areas of the state, some students may have to continue their nursing studies at a site other than their first choice or the site at which their PN certificate was obtained. A student progressing directly from the PN to the ADN level must request their first, second, and third site preferences for ADN education on their Nursing Direct Progress form. Vermont Tech assigns first priority to students requesting to remain at their PN site in order of GPA. Once ADN slots are filled for any site, Vermont Tech tries to place students at their next highest stated preferences if seats are available. A student whose first preference is to attend an ADN site other than their PN site will be considered for the preferred site only after qualified PN students at that site have been offered an ADN seat. A student who wishes to take off a semester or more after completing the PN or ADN program may apply for re-admittance to the Nursing program through the regular admissions process, but are not guaranteed admittance. PN and ADN students must receive a grade of C+ or better in all NUR courses and a C or better in BIO and PSY courses in order to progress in the program. If a student in the last semester of the program does not achieve these grades, they are not allowed to graduate. Grades lower than the required 75 or 77 are reflected on the transcript with the corresponding letter grade, so credits may be awarded for any grade above an F, but the student will not progress or graduate from the Nursing program. The PN program extends over three semesters, August through June. The student learns PN skills through independent study, lectures, demonstrations, and practice in a nursing skills lab. The student also provides patient care under instructor supervision in a variety of healthcare settings. Upon completion of the program, the graduate is awarded a certificate and may apply to take the NCLEX for Practical Nursing Licensure. The Vermont State Board of Nursing application requires information regarding past history of substance abuse, prior felony convictions, and failure to pay child support or taxes for all graduates. Other states may ask similar questions. It is the Board’s responsibility to determine eligibility to sit for the licensure examination and to issue a license to practice. For more information, please refer to http://vtprofessionals.org/opr1nurses A student with a certificate in Practical Nursing will be able to: Employ the nursing process for select clients to maintain, achieve, or regain their optimal level of self-care Integrate knowledge of scientific, behavioral, and cultural principles in the care of clients in a variety of settings Establish collaborative relationships with members of the nursing and health team Maintain confidentiality in a clinical setting and support the use of legal and ethical standards Assume the role of a member of an interdisciplinary team Provide care which maximizes the self-care potential of individuals across the lifespan in a variety of healthcare settings Contribute to the development of a teaching plan for the client with an alteration in basic self-care needs Assume responsibility for self-directed, goal-oriented growth PN students may not enroll in spring or summer courses until after Spring2 courses are complete. The certificate program includes 495 hours of theory and 630 hours of clinical/lab. Program Accreditation: Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing (ACEN)
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Nursing: RN-BSN
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Southern Vermont College in Bennington, VT
The Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) track enables graduates of Associate Degree and Diploma Programs of Nursing to meet nationally recognized healthcare imperatives. Baccalaureate-prepared registered nurses have the advantage. The trend for hospitals, schools, health departments and healthcare offices is to have the BSN as a hiring requirement for most if not all positions. This is in response to research demonstrating that higher levels of nursing education lead to more positive patient outcomes. Additionally, a BSN provides nurses with the additional knowledge, skills and abilities necessary for navigating the complexity of healthcare in diverse settings. BSN educated registered nurses contribute to and lead quality and safety initiatives for the continuous improvement of patient care, and serve as partners in the redesign and advancement of healthcare. Holding a BSN degree provides opportunities for leadership and professional advancement, increased earnings potential, and graduate study.
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Nursing: Pre-Licensure BSN
Bachelor of Science (BS)
Southern Vermont College in Bennington, VT
The Pre-Licensure BSN track is designed for individuals who wish to achieve a BSN and upon graduation be eligible to sit for the NCLEX-RN examination. You’ll learn by participating in simulation labs and then clinical rotations in a variety of settings, including hospitals and other patient settings, both large and small with Vermont and Massachusetts. As research has demonstrated, baccalaureate and higher levels of nursing education lead to more positive patient outcomes. The baccalaureate prepared nurse has the knowledge, skills and abilities necessary to provide and coordinate care in complex and diverse health care settings. This includes preparation to contribute to quality and safety initiatives for the continuous improvement of patient care, and to serve as a full partner in the redesign and advancement of healthcare. At Southern Vermont College, you’ll learn by thinking and doing. You’ll learn by participating in simulation labs and then clinical rotations in a variety of settings, including hospitals and other patient settings, both large and small in Vermont and Massachusetts. SVC’s small class sizes allow for individualized attention from dedicated professionals, which gets you out in the field faster. Our Pre-Licensure BSN nursing students start clinical rotations in the first semester of their sophomore year, which you won’t find at many other programs. Also, 92% of 2016 graduates of the Pre-Licensure BSN program passed the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN®), a pass rate well above the national average of 84%. The rate for 2017 graduates is 100%. Graduates of the Pre-Licensure BSN track are eligible to apply for licensure by examination through any State Board of Nursing. Successful completion of the National Council Licensing Examination (NCLEX) and compliance with all requirements for licensure as established by the State Board of Nursing are required for licensure as a Registered Nurse. Completion of the Pre-Licensure BSN does not guarantee licensure. Licensing decisions are the purview of each State Board of Nursing. For example, physical, mental or other disorders, including chemical dependence, that would impair the ability to practice as a RN or a history of previous convictions may affect a person’s ability to obtain a RN license and pursue a nursing career. The baccalaureate degree in nursing at Southern Vermont College is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
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Nursing (for Registered Nurses)
Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN)
University of Vermont in Burlington, VT
The University of Vermont's RN to B.S. program enhances knowledge and skills in evidence-based practice; population and community-based healthcare; and healthcare policy, finance, and leadership - offering registered nurses access to the University of Vermont's Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The program for registered nurses has been designed in light of changes in the health care delivery system and to better serve the registered nurse returning to school. In this program, the Bachelor of Science degree with a major in nursing is awarded upon completion of a minimum of 121 credits in part-time study. The major components of the curriculum are: required non-nursing courses, elective courses, and major nursing courses. The curriculum plan may vary for each student depending on the type and number of credits transferred to UVM. The focus of the baccalaureate program component is on health and health promotion for individuals, families, groups, and communities; and the factors that influence delivery of health care services.
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