1 Dear Prospective Student: Thank you for your interest in the Spalding University RN to BSN Program. Our unique undergraduate program offers the opportunity to earn a highly regarded Bachelors of Science in Nursing (BSN) Degree. The program is designed to give students a broad knowledge of nursing theory and research, laying the foundation for further study. Our graduates are prepared to provide evidenced based care, employing strategies based on scientific knowledge, evidencebased practice, ethical decision making while promoting professionalism and critical analysis in a multitude of health care settings. Accreditation The RN to BSN Program at Spalding University is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE), and a member of the National League for Nursing (NLN).The Spalding University School of Nursing is home of the oldest school of nursing in Kentucky and proud to offer the newest facilities in the region. Enclosed are admission requirements to our RN to BSN Program as well as detailed information on the program of study. Should you have additional questions or would like to schedule a conference, please contact Dr. Patricia Spurr at (502) is also welcome: Sincerely, Patricia Spurr, Ed.D,MSN, CNE, FRE,RN Associate Dean Kosair Charities College of Health and Natural Sciences Spalding University
2 THE MISSION OF SPALDING UNIVERSITY Spalding University is a diverse community of learners dedicated to meeting the needs of the times in the tradition of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth through quality undergraduate and graduate liberal and professional studies, grounded in spiritual values, with emphasis on service and the promotion of peace and justice. Diverse Community of Learners Spalding University welcomes students, faculty, staff, and administrators, who are diverse in age, experience, intellect, race, class, minority status, gender, religion, and culture. Participation within this inclusive learning environment promotes the acceptance and appreciation of the values and unique life experiences of each individual. Dedicated to Meeting the Needs of the Times Since 1814, Spalding University has been and continues to be a community committed to providing curricula and programs that address evolving needs and to contributing knowledge and understanding derived from teaching, scholarship, and creative activity. Quality Undergraduate and Graduate Liberal and Professional Studies Spalding University provides a stimulating educational atmosphere, personal student/faculty interaction, and individual attention to a student s total learning. Throughout the educational experience, students practice habits of mind, or ways of knowing, that transcend disciplines and cultures; and realize habits of heart that relate understanding and judgment to life. Grounded in Spiritual Values Rooted in the catholic tradition, the Spalding University community embraces individuals of all traditions, encouraging them to live from a personal philosophy centered in a value system beyond self. Service and the Promotion of Peace and Justice Spalding University serves human needs by challenging, encouraging, and supporting members of its community to exercise leadership in applying their learning to the fundamental needs of human life physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual in whatever social or professional context they may find themselves. All are encouraged to recognize moral, social, economic, political, and environmental issues, and to engage actively in the promotion of a just and peaceful world.
3 SPALDING UNIVERSITY Catalog Years RN to BSN Baccalaureate Program 120 Hours UNIVERSITY STUDIES PROGRAM 48 hours Communications (12 hours) ENG109* College Writing I 3 ENG 110* College Writing II 3 COM201* Effective Speaking 3 3 (Communication course or foreign language) Humanities (9 hours) 3 (Fine Arts/Theater Arts) ENG 3 (Literature) PHIL154* Ethics 3 Natural Sciences and Mathematics (9 hours) BIO261* Human Anatomy 3 (Must be taken concurrently with Bio262, Human Anatomy Lab) CHEM * 3 (Must be 100 level or above) MATH113 College Algebra 3 Religious Studies (6 hours) RS 3 RS 3 Social Sciences (12 hours) HIST 3 PSY103* Psychological Systems (Choose 2 courses from the following:: Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, Political Science, Psychology, Social Science, & Sociology. Both choices cannot be History and both cannot be Psychology) Student Name Student ID Number Entry Date Phone Number Address Mailing Address ADDITIONAL REQUIRED SUPPORT COURSES 12 hours (*Minimum Grade of C required in each course) BIO262 * Human Anatomy Lab 1 BIO263* Human Physiology 3 BIO264* Human Physiology Lab 1 BIO256* Introduction to Microbiology 3 BIO257* Introduction Microbiology Lab 1 MATH231* Statistical Techniques 3 MAJOR COURSES 29 hours (*Minimum Grade of C required in each course) NURS486* Dimensions of Profess. Nursing 2 NURS411* Professional Role & Leadership 4 NURS414* Health Assess Across Lifespan 4 NURS420* Health Promo/D Preven A/Life. 4 NURS406* Evidence-Based Practice in H/C 4 NURS488* Community Health Nursing 4 NURS475* Advanced Concepts: Capstone 4 NURS507* Transitions 3 Transfer Credits in Nursing = 31 hours Students must have earned an Associate Degree in Nursing and have an active RN, unrestricted license to practice nursing. Process: Apply online and have official transcripts of all colleges sent to: Spalding Admission; 845 South 3 rd Street; Louisville, KY Students must have a 3.0 GPA in their Nursing Course Work and have completed Anatomy (4 credit hours), Physiology (4 credit hours) and Microbiology (4 credit hours). University Studies can be taken before, with or after nursing courses are complete. Nursing and University Studies courses are taught through the Adult Accelerated Program (AAP). Gener Contact Patricia Spurr, RN to BSN Program Director or Revised January 2013
4 The School of Nursing Registered Nurse (RN) to Baccalaureate Nursing (BSN) Program Brief Program Description (A program for students who already hold an Associate Degree or Diploma in Nursing) 901 South Third Street Louisville, KY (502) or (800) Visit us on the web: History of the School of Nursing Spalding s pre-licensure baccalaureate nursing program has long been able to boast of an excellent reputation within our community. Established in 1933, it is the oldest collegiate-based nursing program in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Our rich tradition and high educational standards have prepared well over 2300 registered nurses, who are serving the health care needs of the public throughout Kentucky, the U.S., and abroad. What Is RN to BSN Program? The RN to BSN (Baccalaureate Nursing Program) is designed for individuals who already hold an Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) or Diploma and are currently licensed to practice nursing as a Registered Nurse. With many hospitals receiving Magnet status, the need for a BSN degree is necessary more than ever. What Makes Us Different From Other Schools of Nursing? Building on liberal education competencies, our faculty takes pride in: Teaching - The reason faculty come to Spalding is because of the relationship that we form with students. Learning is our mission. Personal Approach- You will get to know your faculty and we will know YOU! Unique scheduling format- Spalding is the only university in the Louisville area that offers courses in six-week block sessions. This program will give transfer credit for an ADN, ASN or Diploma Nursing programs based upon an individual review of the transcript. The student will complete an additional 29 to 34 hours of nursing coursework at Spalding University. The RN to BSN program is offered through the Adult Accelerated Program
5 with most coursework completed using Blackboard as the delivery system. This lowintensity format, in which all nursing credits may be completed in one year s time; also allows students to commute from the region, and to balance work and family responsibilities with schoolwork. Master s credit course The curriculum includes one master's level course that will assist you in your future educational goals. Your Success! - When you succeed, we succeed! Program of Study for Nursing Courses Dimensions of Professional Practice: NURS 486 (1 credit) In this course, four areas of professional nursing practice will be considered: Leadership, Research, Education and Service. The student will explore the ways that these four aspects of nursing care are interrelated. The roles of nursing in each area and the impact of nursing care towards assuring optimal health care outcomes will be explored. This course will include a critical analysis of previous educational and experiential learning, integrating that learning into present learning goals. During this course, the student will begin socialization into the professional role of nursing and have the opportunity to pick a focus area for the educational experience and the capstone project. 1. Review experiences and desired goals related to the choice of an area of interest: Leadership, Research, Education and Service. 2. Identify personal strengths in the area of leadership, teaching and knowledge of evidencebased practice. 3. Identify a personal plan for development of attributes common to the BSN preparedprofessional nurse. 4. Develop a plan for pursuing an interest area during the BSN completion program. Professional Role Development and Leadership in Nursing: NURS 411 (4 credits) This course focuses on theories and principles related to leadership and management in healthcare systems. During the course, students will examine the changing health care environment including the ways in which legal, economic, political and socio-cultural issues impact the delivery of patient-centered care. Differences in health care policies and health care systems and methods for insuring quality in health care outcomes will be studied. Communication concepts including collaboration, negotiation, conflict management, delegation, and cooperation will be discussed and practiced. 1. Lead peer-discussion groups to present issues pertinent to professional nursing practice. 2. Debate relevant socio-political, cultural, legal and ethical issues affecting the delivery of health care. 3. Work collaboratively with peers to make decisions and resolve selected health care dilemmas. 4. Use effective communication skills to discuss nursing issues, present ideas, and debate health care controversies.
6 5. Identify and demonstrate appropriate use of the skills of collaboration, negotiation, conflict management, and delegation in their role as professional nurses. Health Assessment Across the Lifespan: NURS 414 (4 credits) This course focuses on assessment of clients throughout their lives. The student will utilize effective communication skills to obtain a complete health history of clients. The student will employ physical assessment techniques to identify normal and common variation in physical findings of clients. Students will demonstrate competence in history taking and assessment skills in the clinical laboratory. 1. Conduct a comprehensive health assessment of the client; including data related to health history, physical, developmental, and psychosocial assessment areas. 2. Engage in human caring in simulated and actual nurse-client interactions. 3. Communicate effectively using verbal, non-verbal and written modalities during data collection and physical examination process. 4. Demonstrate beginning leadership skills in caring for adults with common health problems. 5. Conduct health assessment with respect to cultural variations of the individual. 6. Incorporate ethical principles in the care of individuals with selected health problems. 7. Incorporate effective teaching-learning principles in simulated and actual nurse-client interactions. 8. Integrate pertinent data from history taking and physical assessment skills with selected client s critical thinking skills to describe normal and abnormal findings in health assessment. 9. Provide care in a safe, therapeutic environment using the Nursing Process for adults in a clinical laboratory setting. 10. Incorporate findings from appropriate research and related fields to provide evidence based nursing care for adults with common health problems in acute care settings. Evidence-Based Practice in Health Care: NURS 406 (4 credits) This course prepares the professional nurse to translate clinical research and to critically appraise literature and other evidence related to health care practices. During this course, the student will become familiar with the research process, statistical analysis, and interpretation of data. The student will apply this knowledge by identifying evidence-based practice recommendations and mechanisms for incorporation into health care. 1. Analyze the relationships among research, practice and education and their influence on developing professional practice. 2. Seek, identify, and discuss how to apply evidence from health science and related fields in nursing care. 3. Evaluate research findings for applicability and usefulness for nursing practice with diverse populations. 4. Engage in activities that promote the evaluation of nursing intervention outcomes and implications for nursing practice. 5. Critically appraise health sciences research in regard to application of the research process and relevance of the research to professional nursing practice. 6. Integrate ethical principles related to the conduction and reporting of nursing research.
7 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Across the Lifespan: NURS 420 (4 credits) This course focuses on assessment of clients health care status, including risk for disease. Students will learn to appraise current health habits, influences on health, motivators for change, and risk for illness. Students will gain experience will health risk assessments and screenings. Health appraisal of individual clients at all developmental ages and stages will be addressed. Students will learn and practice different methods to promote behavioral change and will learn strategies for effective client education. 1. Identify barriers to optimal health status in self and in client. 2. Utilize tools to evaluate health risk in self and clients. 3. Discuss differences in types of health risk prevention. 4. Discuss the impact of developmental stages and phases on ability to attain and maintain optimal health. 5. Develop a plan of behavioral change for personal health risk area or that of a client. Identify and incorporate all steps of behaviors change process. Community Health Nursing NURS 488 (4 credits) This course focuses on health promotion, disease prevention, and health maintenance needs of aggregates in populations. Emphasis is placed on application of nursing process, case management, and health teaching for groups of clients in a variety of community agencies. A major focus of the course will be the completion of community assessment using established databases to promote analyses and development of evidence-based interventions. Analysis of the acceptability, availability, and accessibility of needed services to improve the health status of aggregates and to identify barriers to health care will be studied. This course focuses on health promotion, disease prevention, and the health maintenance needs of aggregates in populations. Emphasis is placed on application of nursing process, case management, and health teaching for groups of clients in a variety of community agencies. A major focus of the course will be to participate in community assessments and establishment of statistical databases to promote analysis and development of interventions to achieve positive outcomes for change. Analysis of the acceptability, availability, and accessibility of needed services to improve the health status of aggregates and to identify barriers to health care will be studied. 1. Use critical thinking skills to synthesize content from liberal studies, nursing and personal experiences to care for individuals, families, and aggregates within the community. 2. Demonstrate leadership skills in personal and professional role development in the community. 3. Critically evaluate research from nursing and related fields in the application to nursing practice in the community. 4. Implements aspects of caring to enhance the well-being of individuals, families, and aggregates in the community. 5. Communicate effectively in a variety of community settings.
8 Advanced Concepts in Professional Nursing: Capstone Experience NURS 475 (4 credits) This culminating course will focus on a project of the student s choice that reflects synthesis of professional values, theoretical knowledge, clinical competence, and leadership skills. The project should be comprehensive in nature and focused on one area of practice- Leadership, Research, Education, or Service. The student is encouraged to collaborate on the project with either the clinical agency in which they are employed or with a community partner. Project approval and supervision will be provided by the Director. 1. Identify a need in the community or an agency that may be addressed by application of nursing knowledge and practice. 2. Make a plan for addressing this need in a specific manner through the use of education, direct intervention, and dissemination of evidence-based knowledge or leadership of a group of other nursing individuals. 3. Identify specific professional values to be incorporated into the capstone project. 4. Synthesize knowledge related to leadership skills, health promotion, teaching, community assessment and intervention; incorporate this knowledge into a professional project. 5. Share outcomes of the project in a formal manner with nursing and other health care professionals. Historical and Theoretical Concepts in Nursing NURS 410 (2 credits) This course focuses on theories and principles related to educational patterns, theoretical and philosophical concepts, and future challenges in nursing. During the course students will examine the impact of the associate degree and diploma in the progression of nursing and the delivery of patient-centered care. Other concepts including illness, culture, caring, and clinical judgment in nursing will be critically examined. 1. Examine educational patterns in nursing and the impact on professional practice. 2. Examine conceptual and philosophical bases of nursing by comparing and contrasting nursing philosophies with other health care professional philosophies. 3. Evaluate concepts of illness, culture, and caring in patient-centered care and in nursing. 4. Work collaboratively with peers to examine critical thinking models and their application in clinical judgment. 5. Examine nursing theories and their application to clinical practice. 6. Explore future challenges in nursing and examine nursing response to these challenges. NURS 507 Transitions to Advanced Practice (3 credits): Master s Course in Nursing This course will analyze current and projected trends in health care with examination of issues arising from changing modes of health care delivery, a multi-cultural society, political forces, and legislative actions, which affect nursing. Evaluation of ethical decision-making and the
9 impact on advanced nursing practice, leadership, management, and education will be conducted. Service learning activities will be implemented and described in terms of the caring nature of our profession with the promotion of peace and justice. 1. Analyze complex health problems that affect the advanced practice nurse integrating a cultural, political, legal and from a social justice perspective. 2. Resolve a hypothetical ethical dilemma incorporating an ethical decision making framework. 3. Implement a problem-solving framework in the analysis and interpretation of current nursing issues. 4. Advocate caring for diverse populations in the role of an advance practice nurse. 5. Inculcate caring behaviors through a service-learning project. 6. Analyze political, legal and social issues that impact advanced practice nursing. 7. Present and debate health care and social issues integrating teaching-learning principles. Admission Students may be admitted to the RN-BSN Program at any time during the year and, if accepted, may begin the program in the next occurring session. Admission to the RN-BSN Program requires the following: 1. Successful completion of all admission requirements and acceptance to Spalding University. 2. An active and unrestricted license to practice nursing. 3. A graduate of a regionally accredited Associate Degree, Diploma Nursing Program or nationally accredited colleges Associate Degree Nursing Program (these programs will follow an Alternative Model Program Plan). 4. A grade of C- or above in each of the required general education and support courses. No course with a grade below a C- may be transferred to Spalding University and be counted for credit toward the BSN degree. 5. A cumulative grade point average of 3.0 in the nursing coursework. University Requirements for the Bachelor s Degree: 1. Complete a minimum of 125 prescribed and elective college credits, including credits in the nursing major. Transfer credit will be given for the nursing courses from your Associate Degree, Diploma Nursing Program, as well as some University Studies requirements. Transcripts will be reviewed once the student applies to the college and the university receives their official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Students may complete CLEP testing for additional credits.
10 Procedure for Admission To apply, students must submit a fully completed application for admission to Spalding University. Applications are available from the Admissions office, RN to BSN Program Director or online (www.spalding.edu/admissions). Review of applications occurs on an ongoing basis throughout the academic year based on available space. Students must request an Official college transcript(s) from all colleges or universities they attended and have them sent directly to the Admission office from the issuing institution. Students are notified in writing of their admission status. Flexible Course Sequencing All nursing courses are offered in an innovative six-week session format. This format allows the student to focus intensely on one content area. The nursing course component of the program can be completed in seven six-week sessions or you may decide to complete classes over a longer period of time. This program affords the working nurse the flexibility and affordability that is needed to balance work and family responsibilities with schoolwork. Have Dreams Beyond Undergraduate Program? We believe in our graduates! If you would like to pursue graduate studies in nursing at Spalding University - we will place your name at the top of the admissions list- you already have completed one graduate course! Spalding graduates that meet the entrance requirements for the graduate program are accepted before applicants from outside Spalding University. Program Approval and Accreditation The School of Nursing is approved by the Kentucky Board of Nursing and fully accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).
11 How Do I Begin? First, apply to the University: Click the blue apply online button from the website or the link below, https://www2.spalding.edu/applications/ -lookup.asp, choose Nursing. Upon completion of initial application an admissions counselor typically are in contact within 72 hours of the submission. You may also follow up, or (502) Please submit official transcripts from each school, college or university previously attended to the Admissions Office. Official transcripts are those sent directly to Spalding from the issuing institution. Any transcript marked issued to student or any transcript that is hand delivered by the student is not considered an official transcript. (order from link below) https://www.studentclearinghouse.org/secure_area/transcript/to_bridge.asp?t=104503&loginho me=to_home.asp First Year Students (less than 24 hours of college coursework): Submit official high school transcript or present evidence of satisfactory scores from the test of General Education Development (GED) and ACT or SAT test score report(s). Test scores are not required of applicants who have been out of high school for five years or more. Submit official transcripts from each college and/or university previously attended (if applicable). Transfer Students (more than 24 hours of college coursework): Submit official transcripts from each college and/or university previously attended. No test scores are required. Adult Accelerated Program Students (at least 23 years old): Submit official high school transcript or present evidence of satisfactory scores from the test of General Education Development (GED) and official transcripts from each college and/or university previously attended. File your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at or call FED-AID for a paper copy. Financial aid applications should be completed as soon as possible after Jan 1. Spalding s school code is After completing the FAFSA and have been admitted to the university, you will receive a letter from the Financial Aid office with details of your financial aid package and cost of attendance. Spalding University Admissions Office 845 South Third Street Louisville, KY (502) or (800)
12 TUITION AND FEES Tuition and fees vary based on student s status, course load and program. Please consult the cost schedule and worksheet below to estimate your costs for the academic year. Program/Courses Tuition Rate/Credit Hour Undergraduate - daytime courses # , except Health Sciences, Nursing, & OT $715 Health Sciences, Nursing & Occupational Therapy- undergraduate & graduate courses # Adult Accelerated Program (AAP) - undergraduate evening/weekend courses # ** $390 Master of Science in Applied Behavior Analysis (MSABA) - graduate courses # $850 Master of Science in Business Communication (MSBC) - graduate courses # $590 Masters of Education (MA/MAT/M.Ed) - graduate courses # $670* Doctorate of Education (Ed.D.) - graduate courses # $735 Master of Fine Arts in Writing (MFA) - graduate course # $540 Doctorate of Psychology (Psy.D.) - graduate courses # $895 Master of Social Work (MSW) - graduate courses # $665 *55,000 DEGREES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM, for all master s education courses, reduces tuition to $350 per credit hour. **Includes RN to BSN program. $780 DOUBLE $2,800/semester* Housing Meal Plan FULL-PLAN: 16 meals/week on campus, plus $440 in Dining Dollars STANDARD PLAN: 8-9 meals/week on campus, plus $230 in Dining Dollars FLEX-PLAN: 6-7 meals/week on campus, plus $300 in Dining Dollars For Ed.D. and Psy. D. Students Degree Audit SINGLE (As Available) $3,050/semester* **The specially designed First Year Pods in Spalding Suites will be $2,750 per semester for a double and $3,000 per semester for a single. $2,400/semester $1,400/semester $1,200/semester Dissertation fee (all-inclusive) $500 Continuation fee for doctoral students $735 (Ed.D.) $895 (Psy.D.) Equivalent of 1 credit hour while writing dissertation/not taking courses. Degree Audit fee $150 COST WORKSHEET STEP 1: Referring to the cost schedules on this page, calculate your expenses. Tuition $ Housing $ Meal Plan $ Only include housing and meal plan if you will be living on campus. Total A $ STEP 2: Referring to your award letter determine your total financial aid package. Grant/Scholarship $ Work-Study $ Loans $ Total B $ STEP 3: What can you expect to pay? Subtract Total B from Total A Total A $ Total B $ Total Expense $ ADDITIONAL COSTS: In addition to the above direct costs, Spalding University estimates an additional $1260 per year for books for full-time undergraduates and $810 for full-time graduate students.
13 Downtown Louisville P 1 C Broadway Fifth Street Louisville Free Public Library P J P 2a A Fourth Street York Street 7 2c Library Lane 6a 2b 3 Admissions P E P N P K L 8 Third Street Breckinridge Street P G P D P F P H Library Lane 9 Spalding University 901 South Fourth Street Louisvile KY (502) (800) Second Street Kentucky Street Smoke Free Campus 10 Spalding Campus Location Guide 1 2a 2b 2c a Spalding University Center Athletics Auditorium Ballroom Dining Commons Gym Mansion West Business Office College of Education Mail/Copy Center Master of Fine Arts in Writing Program School of Business School of Communication classrooms Tompkins-Buchanan Rankin Mansion Chapel College of Education School of Liberal Studies classrooms Mansion East Applied Behavior Analysis Program Art Studio Oak Conference Room School of Professional Psychology School of Social Work classrooms Egan Leadership Center Academic Resource Center SOUTH: academic advising, accessibility services, career services Admissions Adult Accelerated Program Bookstore Bursar s Office Campus Café Enrollment Services Financial Aid International Programs Lectorium Registrar Student Counseling Center Student Development & Campus Life Student Lounge classrooms Campus Facilities Offices Morrison Hall Student Residence Teilhard Hall Kentucky School of Art Information Technology classrooms Teilhard Hall Annex Campus Safety Office Library Academic Resource Center NORTH: academic coaching, math lab, writing center Computer Labs Huff Art Gallery Library Lecture Lounge classrooms Third Street Academic Center Advancement & Philanthropy Human Resources Institutional Effectiveness & Research Marketing & Public Relations Office of Academic Affairs Office of the President classrooms College of Health & Natural Sciences Auerbach School of Occupational Therapy Kosair Charities entech Center Norton Healthcare Learning Lab School of Natural Science School of Nursing Spalding Suites Student Residence Spalding Campus Parking Visitors, Faculty & Staff Lot A D Reserved lot only J Visitors, Faculty, Staff & Students Lots Visitor permit required; Spaces reserved for visitors only available in Lots C A L P E F H K L
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