Bryan College School of Nursing

Bryan College School of Nursing

Beginning in fall 2021, Bryan College will offer a bachelor of nursing degree that will build on the college’s existing curricula in business and healthcare management that prepares students for management opportunities in healthcare.

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Bryan College School of Nursing

The BSN program will add to current offerings in the biological, physical and
exercise sciences which prepares students for careers as nurses, doctors, physical therapists and other allied health related fields.

Of the many growing professions in contemporary culture, nurses care for the individual, often at a time of greatest need and at the most important junctures of their lives. As the world continues to grapple with health care issues and challenges, the need for nurses and healthcare professionals will continue to surge.

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Curriculum and Partnership with Rhea Medical Center

The program will provide curriculum for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree (BSN), a pathway for registered nurses to complete their bachelors’ degree (RN to BSN degree) as well as provide a site for employed nurses to complete continuing education credits (CEUs) to maintain licensure through work in nursing simulation labs.

Through a developing partnership with the Rhea Medical Center, students will be afforded the opportunity to work with medical professionals as they pursue their degree. This relationship will be beneficial for all parties - students, medical professionals, and hospital patients. Hospital officials are hopeful that many Bryan graduates will choose to stay in Dayton as they begin their careers.

Curriculum and Partnership with Rhea Medical Center Feature