Bachelor of Science Nursing
Bachelor of Science in Nursing
BGSU’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing offers the student an opportunity to become actively involved in health care as a professional nurse with a bachelor of science in nursing degree. The curriculum emphasizes a liberal education combined with the nursing theory and clinical practice needed to develop the educated nurse. A graduate of the nursing program is capable of providing health services for individuals, family, and communities, and is eligible to take the licensing examination to become a registered nurse. BGSU Firelands offers the first two years of support courses on the BGSU Firelands campus. Admission to the degree program is competitive and all nursing courses are taught at the University of Toledo College of Nursing in Toledo, Ohio.
RN to BSN
Nursing is a rewarding and challenging profession that incorporates
theory, complex technology and caring. Baccalaureate nursing graduates
provide research/theory based nursing care to healthy and ill
individuals, families and communities in diverse health care settings
including clinics, hospitals, nursing homes, schools and outpatient
facilities. Graduates also are prepared for advanced study at the
master's degree level. The consortium of The University of Toledo (UT)
and Bowling Green State University (BGSU) provides an innovative and
unique baccalaureate nursing program. Students choose the university
(BGSU or UT) that best meets their needs for general education,
liberal arts and sciences, then enroll in on-line courses through the
UT College of Nursing.