The BSN program is registered and accredited by the Department of Education of New York State, HEGIS code 1203.00. This program is open to applicants who hold either a recognized secondary school diploma or a diploma in nursing (RN).
Length of StudyStudents admitted on the basis of the Lebanese Baccalaureate or its equivalent, entering at the sophomore level, are required to complete 102 credit hours over a period of three academic years and two summer sessions.
Students admitted on the basis of other secondary school certificates are eligible for freshman level and are required to complete 135 credit hours over a period of four academic years and two summer sessions.
The program combines elements of liberal arts education with professional nursing education in both academic and clinical settings. Courses are offered by the faculty of the Rafic Hariri School of Nursing and other faculties of the University, while clinical experience is provided in hospitals and community settings in cooperation with various health care agencies. Upon satisfactory completion of the program requirements, the degree of Bachelor of Science in Nursing is awarded.
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