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California State University, Channel Islands
Nursing B.S. (BSN Program at Cottage Health System Track I)

Nursing is the art and science of care for individuals, families and communities in a variety of settings. The discipline of nursing integrates the life, social and behavioral sciences with general education, nursing theory and clinical courses to produce a graduate capable of functioning autonomously as a member of a multidisciplinary team, managing and coordinating personnel, services, resources and data in addition to providing patient care.

CSU Channel islands nursing program will extend its generic (Track l) program to a site near the Goleta Valley Cottage Hospital beginning Spring 2012. The program is designed for the entry level pre-licensure student, using the cohort model of class scheduling, and is a full time program lasting 2.5 years or 7 semesters including summers. Potential students will be eligible for admission after they have completed the required GE Prerequisite courses and be General Education Certified at the Community College or have a previous Bachelor''s degree. The program will admit a cohort of twenty-two students annually each spring. The supplemental criteria for admission will be utilized to determine admission to the program.

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