Nursing 4 Year Program in Pittsburgh
Citizens School of Nursing | Allegheny Health Network
The purpose of the baccalaureate program is to prepare a professional nurse whose practice is based upon nursing science, related sciences and the arts in order to promote, restore, and maintain the health of human beings. Graduates of the program are generalists with the necessary base for graduate education and continuing professional development.
The School of Nursing does not offer minors. However, students in the Nursing program are encouraged to consider earning minor(s) offered through the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences or other schools in the University of Pittsburgh.
View some of the minors completed by students in the School of Nursing (PDF). Learn more about the minors offered in the University of Pittsburgh (Note that only Departments with a "*" in the list offer a minor).
The graduate of the baccalaureate program will:
- Synthesize knowledge from nursing, biophysical, and social sciences in the practice of professional nursing.
- Demonstrate skills in critical thinking and decision making in the use of the nursing process with individuals, families, groups, and communities experiencing complex health problems.
- Intervene therapeutically to promote, restore, and maintain the maximum health potential of individuals, families, groups, and communities.
- Manage nursing care for groups of clients.
- Provide health education for individuals, families, groups, and communities.
- Evaluate research findings to guide nursing practice.
- Assume responsibility and accountability for own decisions and actions in the practice of nursing.
- Incorporate professional values, including ethical and legal aspects, into the practice of nursing.
- Communicate effectively in interactions with individuals, families, groups, and communities.
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Guide to Programs in Nursing in Four-Year Colleges and Universities: Baccalaureate and Graduate Programs in the United States and Canada (American ... Press Series on Higher Education)
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What 4 year colleges have good nursing programs?
University of Washington and the University of Pennsylvania have great nursing programs. soon!
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What are the main differences between a 2 & 4 year nursing programs? | Yahoo Answers
"Entrance requirements differ from one school to another. Generally, the admission requirements are high school graduation with senior level English or French, mathematics, chemistry, physics and biology. You can contact your provincial/territorial nurse’s association or individual schools for their specific requirements and information on funding."
The second source link I posted below lists all the accredited nursing schools in Canada. Because admission requirements do vary, you need to contact the school you are interested in to obtain accurate answers to your questions.