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4-year Christian, liberal arts university Founded 1925 Accredited by: Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) The Main Campus
Mission Statement Our Mission is to deliver quality education with Christian values which will equip working adults to achieve professional goals, pursue individual dreams, clarify personal faith, and demonstrate effective, ethical leadership within the community.
Eastern’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing Program Accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education Nursing faculty with diverse professional & educational experiences Eastern University team of support personnel to assist in all University activities
Eastern Nursing Programs Undergraduate Programs RN to BSN established in 1982 RN to BSN Korean Nurse established in 2003 BSN Two 2 Second Degree established in 2005 in response to national nursing shortage Graduate Programs MS in Health Services Online Nursing Informatics Certificate School Nurse Certificate Continuing Education Program RN Refresher Course
Excellent Preparation for Nursing Practice Clinically active faculty Brand new state-of-the-art nursing skills lab on campus Computerized and hands-on skills assessment testing to prepare students for successful integration in U.S. healthcare environment.
High-tech Learning Environment Multimedia Learning -Web access in classrooms -Web enhanced courses Laptop and software included in KNP program
RN to BSN Korean Nurse Program Registered nurses educated in Korea have successfully passed NCLEX-RN The Korean Nurse Program provides an opportunity for Korean Nurses to strengthen their professional skills within the U.S. healthcare environment and to develop their proficiency in English.
Highlights of Korean Nurse Program Courses in oral and written communication Nursing coursework combined with field experiences Transitional clinical experience to serve as an introduction to the American health system
Admissions Requirements Have earned a diploma from an accredited Korean nursing school and show evidence of academic proficiency. Have professional nursing experienced, preferably in a hospital setting. Have taken and passed the National Council Licensing Exam (NCLEX). Show evidence of intermediate-level English skills.
English Proficiency Requirement Key to successful completion of nursing program and professional nursing practice. New JCAHO Guidelines may require TOEFL Must have a TOEFL Score of 550 or higher by the end of Term I of program. Student is responsible for developing their English skills.
Highlight of Field Experience Curricular Practical Training (CPT) enhances the application of nursing theory within the U.S. healthcare context. Optional Practical Training (OPT) provides the student opportunity to work at one of Eastern’s health partner sites at the end of the program All faculty and medical personnel in this program are committed to helping students prepare for and adjust to the U.S. healthcare environment.
BSN Graduation Requirements Completion of the following: BSN Curriculum Nursing Support Courses Core Requirements 121 Total Credits
Eastern University Department of Nursing For more information contact: Stephanie MacTavish, BA, MA, MS VP for East Asian Relations 484-581-1276 firstname.lastname@example.org Geri Remy RN, MSN, CRNP Community Health Course Coordinator, RN Refresher and Korean Nurse Program Coordinator 610-225-5674 email@example.com Sung Yoo, BSN, MSN Lecturer and Korean Nurse Student Advisor 610-225-5676 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.eastern.edu/nursing
Graduate Program Masters of Science in Health Services Developed to meet the needs of graduate nurses Consists of 10 courses, including a clinical placement occurring concurrently Designed to raise student’s awareness of health service interaction with: 1.Legal and managed care issues 2.Holistic care of culturally diverse patients 3.Current trends in health care For more information contact: Rita K. Borzillo, Esqire Faculty Director, MS Health Services 484-581-1269 email@example.com