The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree with the required Great Commission Minor is a four-year program that prepares competent, professional nurses to provide compassionate care based on a Christian worldview.
Nursing graduates of Truett McConnell University’s School of Nursing will advance the profession of nursing and have a global impact on healthcare by modeling moral leadership and evidence-based practice, utilizing critical thinking and communication skills, and embodying the character and servanthood of Jesus Christ.
All students will have a variety of clinical experiences in multiple practice sites and work with indigent and vulnerable populations. Graduates of the Truett McConnell University’s Division of Nursing program will be eligible to take the National Council Licensure Exam for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN) which is a requirement to practice as a professional registered nurse.
Truett McConnell is a growing Christian community dedicated to merging the finest traditions of a liberal arts education with the increasing demands for Christian professional nurses embodied in a biblically-centered curriculum.
AREAS OF STUDY
- Adult Health
- Health Assessment
- Maternal Health
- Mental Health Research
- Pediatric Health
- Correctional Nursing
- Faith-Nased / Parrish Nursing
- Forensic Nursing
- Home Health Nursing
- Hospice Nursing
- Occupational Health Nursing
- School Nursing
Celeste S. Dunnington, RN, MSN, Dean of Rielin-Salmen School of Nursing and Associate Professor of Nursing
706-865-2134, ext. 6000
“Every time we come into class, no matter which professor it is, we always begin with a devotion and prayer. We have become a family.”
-Kaitlyn Byrd (BN ’18)