Dr. Barbara White, Dean of the Division of Nursing and Sciences at Colorado Christian University, describes CCU's exemplary nursing degree programs.
Welcome to Colorado Christian University's Nursing Degree Programs, offered through CCU's College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Our vision is to equip the next generation of Christian nurse leaders worldwide. We challenge students to become exceptionally compassionate and competent nurse leaders who impact their world and transform health care through the uniqueness of Christ-inspired nursing practice.
CCU is one of the leading nursing schools in Colorado, offering the Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree. The BSN Nursing Program is offered in two options: the online RN to BSN completion option is for RNs seeking to complete the BSN degree, and the Pre-licensure BSN option is for students seeking the BSN degree.
Contact an Enrollment Counselor at the College of Adult and Graduate Studies Center nearest you if you have questions or would like to talk to someone about admission to Colorado Christian University's nursing degree programs.
The online RN to BSN degree completion program option is designed for RNs who want to complete their Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). The online format allows RNs to complete their coursework from their own convenient location without having to travel to class.
Want to learn more about CCU’s RN to BSN Completion Program from a student’s perspective? Check out CCU’s Online RN to BSN Program – The Real Deal, from a Real Student.
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing pre-licensure program option is a nursing program for adult students who want to earn a bachelor’s degree in nursing. Students enter the program after meeting admission requirements and completing 53 credits of prerequisite coursework. The program combines online courses and hybrid clinical nursing courses in an accelerated year-round 27-month delivery format.
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CCU's Nursing Program is accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE).