Nursing Undergraduate Programs

Nursing students


Nursing is an art and a science. The art is the practice piece. The science is what forms the foundation to practice. In order to promote student success in this discipline, it is highly recommended that incoming students have a strong science background in courses such as biology, anatomy and chemistry. In addition to the sciences, a good foundation in math is essential for success. Grade point average (GPA) is important, but courses that require exercising the brain, fine-tuning study skills, problem solving and critical thinking are wise to take prior to entering Rhode Island College. 

Undergraduate Nursing Chair:
Dr. Sharon Galloway

Nursing students in class

Basic Baccalaureate Program B.S.N.

Mannequin under anesthesia

Basic Baccalaureate Program for Second Degree Candidates B.S.N.