The College of Nursing Program provides students with opportunities for learning at the College, local hospitals, and community health agencies.
Graduates of the BSN program will be prepared to take the National Council Licensure Examination for Registered Nurses (NCLEX-RN), passing which one is allowed to work as a Nurse in the healthcare facilities of United States of America in a variety of environments including hospitals, GP surgeries, clinics, nursing and residential homes, occupational health services, voluntary organisations.
TAU offers several exciting opportunities that lead to the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree in the form of the following 2 programs
Traditional BSN (4 Years)
This is a full-time four (4) year program which consists of clinical, skills lab, and nursing theory courses. Students will apply the theoretical nursing concepts to patient care in the clinical settings.
RN-BSN (2 years)
Texila American University (TAU) has a continuing commitment to assist the registered nurses in attaining the baccalaureate degree. All RN students will have the opportunity to receive advanced placement credit upon completion of specific courses.
Nursing is a unique occupation and offers you a chance to help others when they need it most. There has never been a more exciting time to join the nursing profession.
Nursing Shortage in the United State
According to a report conducted by the Health Resources and Services Administration, 30 states are currently suffering due to a lack of nurses being able to fill positions. Ninety percent of long term care facilities do not have sufficient staffing to provide even the most basic care and home health agencies are being forced to refuse new admissions. This outlook does not look promising for the state of healthcare in the United States. Currently there are 126,000 unfilled nursing positions across the country, a number that is expected to reach 1.1 million by 2012. More new nursing jobs are expected to be created for registered nurses than for any other occupation, so the time is right to help make a difference and pursue a rewarding career in nursing.
The United States is projected to have a nursing shortage that is expected to intensify as baby boomers age and the need for health care grows. Compounding the problem is the fact that nursing colleges and universities across the country are struggling to expand enrolment levels to meet the rising demand for nursing care
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