Outcomes for Bachelor of Science in Nursing

BSN-A & BSN-B Programs

 
 

NCLEX -RN Pass Rate



Year
Percent passing on
first attempt


Number of students
 
National
Pass Rate
2009
80%
4/5 (BSN-A only)
89.49%
2010
100%
9/9 (BSN-A only)
88.69%
2011
100%
18/18 (BSN-A only)
89.09%
2012
100%
16/16 (BSN-A)
2/2 (BSN-B)
91.66%
2013
96%
22/23 (BSN-A and BSN-B)
85.18%
5 year average
97%
69/71 88.82%


Job Placement Rates



Year
Percent Job Placement
Of Those Seeking Employment


Number of Graduates
2009
100%
5
2010
100%
9
2011
100%
18
2012
100%
18
2013
100%
23
5 year average
   


Graduation Rates

Year
Percent Completion
Number of Graduates vs. Admitted
2009
71% (BSN-A)
5/7
2010
100% (BSN-A)
9/9
2011
95% (BSN-A)
18/19
2012
94%(BSN-A)
100% (BSN-B)
16/17
2/2
2013
79% (BSN-A)
57% (BSN-B)
15/19
8/14
5 year average
90% (BSN-A)
63% (BSN-B)
 
 

BSN-C Program


 

Graduation Rates

Year Percent Completion Number of Graduates vs. Admitted
2009 60% 15/25
2010 45% 9/20
2011 70% 14/20
2012
171%
12/7
2013 140% 16/10
5 year average 80%  

* Calculate by starting with number of RN’s who enroll in their first nursing course (and not drop/withdraw from course during the 1st two weeks of their first course) during one academic year ie 2006-2007. Count “Fall→Spring→ Summer”as one year. Do not count ASN students who “work ahead” in the BSN program by permission. Count only students  fully matriculated into the BSN program. Count students only once.  This constitutes the denominator of the fraction.  Count the number of graduates during the subsequent third year, ie 2008-2009 as this is the typical time completion for most students.  This is the numerator of the graduation rate fraction.   Because many BSN-C’s take longer than the three years, there is “catchup” on the rate that shows greater than 100%.