Nursing, FastTrack BSN

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Nursing, FastTrack BSN

The FastTrack Bachelor of Science in Nursing program is offered for students beginning their first professional nursing program, in a format that allows students to complete the program of study in seven semesters. Graduates will be prepared to provide compassionate, patient-centered, culturally competent nursing care to individuals, families, groups, communities, and populations in a variety of settings, using evidence-based knowledge and skills related to wellness, health promotion, illness, disease management, and end-of-life care to improve healthcare outcomes. They will practice in partnership with patients as members and leaders of interprofessional healthcare teams, utilizing the most current healthcare technologies.

Successful completion of this program qualifies graduates to sit for the NCLEX-RN licensing exam. 

Contact Keiser University Sarasota Campus today to learn more about how we can help you accomplish your educational and career goals!

 

Hands-On Learning for Real-World Practice

“I’m currently a registered nurse in one of the largest hospitals in Florida. I was able to get into this position because of Keiser University.”

- Daniel H.
Keiser University Nursing Graduate

A Quality Education

Graduate, Daniel H., RN, discusses how the quality and hands-on nature of the education he received at Keiser University helped him earn a position into a cardiovascular ICU.