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Department of Baccalaureate (BSN) Programs

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College of Nursing

and Health Sciences – BSN Programs

Message from the Dean

Aloha. It is my pleasure to have the opportunity to invite you to learn more about the Nursing programs at Hawai‘i Pacific University.

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences is a dynamic part of Hawai‘i Pacific University. We are excited to be involved with our colleagues in the greater University community in implementing a vision for health care in the 21st cen-tury. Nursing faculty and students are bringing nurses, nursing education and research, and advanced practice health care to serve the public in both urban and rural areas throughout the state and the nation. But more importantly, we strive to remain faithful to our mission and to maintain the highest standards in nurs-ing education, includnurs-ing a curriculum that includes classroom trainnurs-ing, hands-on clinical simulation, and clinical opportunities.

This is a challenging time for nursing and nursing education. The need for skilled nurses is accelerating as the proportion of the population aged 60 and older expands. The national nursing shortage, currently estimated at more than 200,000 positions, is expected to quadruple by 2020. Talented nursing professionals are needed and valued by the com-munity, in Hawai‘i, the nation, and around the globe. The nursing shortage and diminishing supply of nurse educators are just two among the many challenges contributing to the perfect storm in health care. Fortunately, Hawai‘i Pacific University is well positioned to meet those challenges as we strive to remain true to the mission of the University which, in part, states “Our innovative undergraduate and graduate programs anticipate the changing needs of the community and prepare our graduates to live, work, and learn as active members of a global society.”

The year 2008 marked the 25th anniversary of the HPU College of Nursing and Health Sciences and we are proud to have an overall enrollment of more than 1,750 undergraduate and graduate nursing students. This makes us Hawai‘i’s largest nursing program and one of the 20 largest single site baccalaureate programs in the United States! Each of our students is important to us, current professionals and future ones, as we prepare for increasing challenges to our health care system. Although the College of Nursing and Health Sciences has a large enrollment, you will find that we are small enough to retain the true spirit of community.

The faculty and I in the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Hawai‘i Pacific University are pleased to have you explore our University and College. We are part of a vital University, located in a setting that nurtures your soul as well as your mind, and where technology meets human diversity. We invite those of you who are

interested in pursuing a quality nursing educational experience to consider the Hawai‘i Pacific University College of Nursing and Health Sciences. We look forward to hearing from you.

With best wishes,

Randy M. Caine, EdD, RN, ACNS-BC, ANP-BC

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Program Outcomes

The faculty members of the HPU College of Nursing and Health Sciences are dedicated to preparing competent professional nurses who are committed to lifelong learning and humanitarian service in the global community. Upon completion of the undergraduate BSN Programs, it is expected that the professional nurse will:

• Synthesize knowledge from the humanities, arts, and sciences to provide competent nursing services within a multicultural society.

• Integrate the caring ethic as the foundation of nursing practice.

• Effectively utilize the nursing process to prioritize care based upon the dynamic integration of body, mind, and spirit.

• Consistently demonstrate effective, assertive and professional communication with all members of the health care team.

• Apply therapeutic communication skills to assess and facilitate patients’, families’, groups’, and communities’ understanding of their own experience.

• Provide culturally competent nursing care to promote health outcomes of diverse populations.

• Integrate critical thinking and diagnostic, moral, and ethical reasoning to assist the patient in achieving mutually determined health outcomes.

• Apply the research process to deliver evidence-based care.

• Utilize information systems to support nursing and deliver patient-centered care. • Collaborate in community service in response to the diverse needs of people served.

• Integrate principles of leadership, management, and health care policies into nursing practice.

• Practice as an advanced beginner along the continuum of novice to expert as a member of a multidisciplinary health care team.

• Pursue knowledge and expertise commensurate with the evolving scope of professional nursing practice.

Essential Skills and Abilities

of the BSN Candidate

The BSN candidate must have the abilities and skills necessary to use the nursing process. These skills and abilities include observation, communication, motor ability, conceptualization, integration and quantification, and behavioral/social accept-ability. Reasonable accommodation can be made for some disabilities in certain areas, but a candidate must be able to perform in a reasonably independent manner. The use of a trained intermediary is not acceptable, in that a candidate’s judgment must not be mediated by another’s power of observation and selection. The following skills and abilities are necessary to meet the requirements of the nursing curriculum and to achieve the level of competence required for safe professional practice:

Observation: The candidate must be able to observe a client at a distance and close at hand. Observation necessitates the functional use of the sense of vision and somatic sensation. It is enhanced by the functional use of smell.

Communication: The candidate must be able to speak, to hear, and to observe clients in order to elicit information; describe changes in mood, activity, and posture; and perceive nonverbal communication. A candidate must be able to communicate effectively, efficiently, and sensitively with clients, colleagues, instructors, professors, and other health care providers. Communication includes speech, reading, and writing in the English language.

Motor ability: Candidates must have sufficient motor function to elicit information from clients by palpation, auscultation, percussion, and other assessment maneuvers. A candidate must have sufficient motor skills to gain access to clients in a variety of care settings and to manipulate the equipment central to the treatment of clients receiving professional nurs-ing care. Such actions require equilibrium, coordination of both fine and gross muscular movements, and functional use of the senses of touch and vision. Candidates must be able to tolerate physically taxing workloads including lifting and turning patients (candidates must be able to lift 50 pounds or more).

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Conceptual, integrative, and qualitative abilities: The candidate must be able to problem solve using the skills of measurement, calculation, reasoning, analysis, and syn-thesis. The candidate must be able to comprehend three-dimensional relationships and to understand the spatial relationships of structures.

Behavioral, ethical, and social attributes: Candidates must possess emotional health in order to: fully utilize their intellectual abilities; exercise good judgment; promptly complete all responsibilities attendant to the care of clients; and develop mature, sensitive, and effective relationships

with clients, colleagues, instructors, professors, and other health care providers. Candidates must be able to function effectively under stressful conditions. The candidate must be able to display flexibility and adapt to change in the envi-ronment. The candidate is expected to learn to function in the face of uncertainties inherent in the clinical problems of clients. Candidates are expected to behave at all times in a legal and ethical manner in school as well as the clinical arena. Candidates are expected to administer nursing care with respect for the cultural values of their clients.

Essential Skills and Abilities

of the BSN Candidate

Communication Skills Values & Choices World Cultures Global Systems Research & Epistemology A B C WRI 1100 or WRI 1150

NUR 2000 HIST 2001 CHEM 1000 WRI 1200

NUR 2940 2960, and 2961

ECON 1000 (recommended) or ECON 2010

ANTH 2000 HIST 2002 MATH 1115

CSCI 1011 LIT 2000 Any approved WCC

course except a HIST Course

BIOL 2030 PSY 1000

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences faculty reserves the right to dismiss from the nursing major at any time a student who fails to meet these essential criteria or whose health, work, or conduct demonstrates lack of fitness to continue in the program.

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Lower-Division Prerequisite courses for Level One Nursing courses (50 Semester Credits)

ANTH 2000 Cultural Anthropology ART 1000 Introduction to Visual Arts

(or any course from World Cultures C Column) BIOL 2030 Anatomy and Physiology I

BIOL 2031 Anatomy and Physiology I Laboratory BIOL 2032 Anatomy and Physiology II

BIOL 2033 Anatomy and Physiology II Laboratory CHEM 1000 Introductory Chemistry

CHEM 2030 Introduction to Organic Chemistry

and Biochemistry

CSCI 1011 Introduction to Computer-Based Systems ECON 1000 Naked Economics (recommended)

or ECON 2010

HIST 2001 History of World Cultures to 1500 HIST 2002 Global Historical Experience since 1500 LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature

MATH 1115 Survey of Mathematics MATH 1123 Statistics

NUR 2000 Introduction to Professional Nursing PSY 1000 Introduction to Psychology

WRI 1100 Analyzing and Writing Arguments or WRI 1150 Literature and Argument WRI 1200 Research, Argument and Writing

Upper-Division Prerequisite courses for Level One Nursing courses (6 Semester Credits)

BIOL 3040 Microbiology

PSY 3600 Abnormal Psychology

Level One Nursing Requirements (14 Semester Credits)

NUR 2200 Development Across the Lifespan NUR 2300 Pharmacology

NUR 2301 Math for Meds

NUR 2950 Nursing Concepts and Processes NUR 2951 Nursing Concepts and Processes

Laboratory

NUR 2960 Therapeutic Communication

NUR 2961 Applied Therapeutic Communication NUR 2970 Comprehensive Health Assessment NUR 2971 Comprehensive Health Assessment

Laboratory

Level Two Nursing Requirements (15 Semester Credits)

NUR 2100 Nutrition and Diet Therapy NUR 2930 Pathophysiology

NUR 2940 NUR 2940 Health Promotion

and Education

NUR 3952 Gerontologic Nursing

NUR 3953 Gerontologic Nursing Laboratory NUR 3962 Adult Health Care I

NUR 3963 Adult Health Care I Laboratory

Level Three Nursing Requirements (13 Semester Credits)

NUR 3970 Altered Mental Health Patterns NUR 3971 Altered Mental Health Patterns

Laboratory

NUR 3980 Childbearing Family

NUR 3981 Childbearing Family Laboratory NUR 3985 Child and Family Health

NUR 3986 Child and Family Health Laboratory

Level Four Nursing Requirements (14 Semester Credits)

NUR 3900 Leadership and Management in Nursing NUR 3964 Adult Health Care II

NUR 3965 Adult Health Care II Laboratory NUR 4700 Nursing Research Proposal

Development

Level Five Nursing Requirements (14 - 15 Semester Credits)

NUR 4950 Complex Care

NUR 4951 Complex Care Laboratory

NUR 4960 Developing a Healthy Community NUR 4961 Developing a Healthy Community

Laboratory

One upper-division elective from Nursing or a related field

Unrestricted Electives (NONE)

The major totals 131-132 credits

Nursing Major Requirements

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Possible BSN Pathway

This is a possible prerequisite sequencing for someone who would be a full-time student planning to complete the BSN in four and a half years.

ANTH 2000 Cultural Anthropology 3 CHEM 1000 Introduction to Chemistry 3 CSCI 1011 Intro to Computer Info Systems 3 MATH 1115 Survey of Mathematics 3 WRI 1100 Writing and Critical Analysis 3

Total = 15 Credits

BIOL 2030 Anatomy and Physiology I 3 BIOL 2031 Anatomy and Physiology I Lab 1 ART 1000 Introduction to Visual Arts 3 MATH 1123 Statistics 3 PSY 1000 Principles in Psychology 3 WRI 1200 Argument, Research, and Writing 3 from Sources

Total = 16 Credits

Freshman Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester

NUR 2300 Pharmacology 3 NUR 2301 Math for Meds 1 NUR 2950 Nursing Concepts and Processes 3 NUR 2951 Nursing Concepts and Processes Lab 2 NUR 2960 Therapeutic Communication 1 NUR 2961 Applied Therapeutic Communication 1 NUR 2970 Comprehensive Health Assessment 2 NUR 2971 Comprehensive Health Assessment Lab 1

Total = 14 Credits

NUR 2930 Pathophysiology 3 NUR 2940 Health Promotion and Education 2 NUR 3952 Gerontological Nursing 2 NUR 3953 Gerontological Nursing Lab 1 NUR 3962 Adult Health Care I 3 NUR 3963 Adult Health Care I Lab 3

Total = 14 Credits

Junior Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester

NUR 3970 Altered Mental Health 3 NUR 3971 Altered Mental Health Lab 2 NUR 3980 Childbearing Family 3 NUR 3981 Childbearing Family Lab 1 NUR 3985 Child and Family Health 3 NUR 3986 Child and Family Health Laboratory 1

Total = 13 Credits

NUR 3900 Leadership and MGMT in Nursing 3 NUR 3964 Adult Health Care 2 4 NUR 3965 Adult Health Care II Lab 4 NUR 4700 Nursing Research Proposal Dev. 3

Total = 14 Credits

Senior Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester

Total General Education and Nursing Support Credits = 56 Nursing Credits = 76

Total = 132Credits

NUR 4950 Complex Care Nursing 3 NUR 4951 Complex Care Nursing Lab 3 NUR 4960 Developing a Healthy Community 3 NUR 4961 Developing a Healthy Community Lab 3 NUR 4973 Preceptorship or Nursing Elective 3

Total = 15 Credits

Fall Semester

BIOL 3040 General Microbiology 3 HIST 2002 World Civilizations II 3 PSY 3600 Abnormal Psychology 3 *NUR 2000 Introduction to Professional Nursing 2 *NUR 2100 Nutrition and Diet Therapy 1 *NUR 2200 Development Across the Life Span 3 *If GPA 2.75 Total = 15 Credits

BIOL 2032 Anatomy and Physiology II 3 BIOL 2033 Anatomy and Physiology II Lab 1 CHEM 2030 Intro Organic Chem/Biochem 3 ECON 2010 Economics 3 HIST 2001 World Civilizations I 3 LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature 3

Total = 16 Credits

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester Spring Semester

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program will fulfill the same degree requirements for the Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. There are four pathways toward reaching this goal. The pathways reflect the various entry points into the BSN curriculum. Students may enter the nursing major as:

• A high school graduate or GED equivalency; transfer student; or second-degree student (basic BSN pathway)

• A practicing LPN (LPN to BSN pathway)

• A Hawai‘i licensed RN (RN to BSN pathway), or • An international student (basic pathway for non-nurses or international nurse pathway for non-Hawai‘i licensed RNs)

Basic BSN

This pathway is for the beginning or transfer student. Basic students may spend four to six years acquiring the BSN degree, depending on the number of credits success-fully completed each semester and whether or not the stu-dent takes coursework in the summers. This is the path of choice for students who must work (either full or part time) or who have extensive family or other obligations. Such students should not attempt more than 12 credits per semester.

LPN to BSN

Licensed practical nurses (LPN) who have been admitted to Hawai‘i Pacific University and are currently licensed in the state of Hawai‘i and practic-ing may be admitted to the LPN to BSN Pathway. If accepted into the LPN to BSN Pathway, and after successfully completing NUR 2965, they will be awarded 14 transfer credits for the following courses: 14 credits awarded for NUR 3962, NUR 3963, NUR 3964, and NUR 3965

NOTE: This program is not designed for nursing stu-dents seeking an LPN license.

RN to BSN

Registered nurses (RNs) are offered the opportunity for advanced placement. Actual time required to complete the entire program depends on the number of prerequi-site and general education courses needed. RNs who are currently licensed in Hawai‘i may pursue the RN-BSN

pathway and will receive up to 38 hours of nursing course credit. The course sequence that follows admission is designed to build upon the theoretical and experiential background of the registered nurse. The courses for the registered nurse place an emphasis on legal and ethical issues, health care delivery, health assessment, nursing research, health education, complex care, and community health.

International Nurse

International students who are graduates of programs equivalent to a diploma or associate degree in nursing in the United States may take the NLN Profile II examina-tions.* If successful, the student will be awarded credit for the following nursing courses: NUR 2100 - 1; 2930 - 3; 2950 -3; 2951 - 2; 3962 - 3; 3963 - 3; 3964 - 4; 3965 - 4; 3970 - 3; 3971 - 2; 3980 - 3; 3981 -1; 3985 - 3; 3986 - 1; Total credits = 36

OR - students can transfer to the RN to BSN Pathway upon successful passing of the NCLEX-RN licensure exam.

* International students must complete all necessary gen-eral education and lower-division nursing requirements, if their grades on these tests are not satisfactory.

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In order to select from among the applicants for programs with limited clinical slots, nearly all baccalaureate nursing programs in the U.S. have responded with an admissions procedure that uses a competitive ranking system rather than a waiting list. Schools select from among those individuals with the highest ranked scores for those limited available clinical slots.

Students must fulfill the following three (continuing) mini-mum qualification criteria for eligibility:

• overall GPA of at least a 2.75 • completion of prerequisite courses (non-NUR courses and NUR 2000) • current enrollment at HPU

Once these criteria are fulfilled, students will then be ranked according to the four selection categories as

follows:

1. Overall GPA. Students will be required to have a mini-mum overall GPA of at least 2.75. This includes grades from all schools attended. The higher the overall GPA, the higher the score for this category.

2. GPA in prerequisite science-based courses. Science courses have been shown to be a good indicator of success in Nursing courses. The science GPA will be calculated by including grades for CHEM 1000, CHEM 2030, A&P I and II with labs, and BIOL 3040 taken at HPU or a previous college or university. The higher the prerequisite science GPA, the higher the score for this category. Students have the option of repeating each prerequisite science course only once to improve the grade. Those two grades would then be averaged for the purpose of ranking for entry into clinical nursing courses. HPU students are encouraged to take advantage of the individualized face-to-face tutoring assistance available to all registered students free of charge at the HPU Tutoring Center.

3. Scores on the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS®). The TEAS® is a scholastic aptitude test

con-sisting of four content areas: Math, Reading, English, and Science. According to research, the TEAS® test is

an excellent predictor of success on the national licensing exam for professional nursing at the RN level (NCLEX-RN). Points for this category will be assigned based upon earned scores for the Reading and Math subsections. 4. HPU credits. Students will be awarded points for this

category based on the number of earned Hawai‘i Pacific University credits.

Students awarded a clinical seat:

After being awarded a seat in Level I Nursing courses by the College of Nursing and Health Sciences, students will regis-ter for courses by the provided deadline. All students must still successfully complete all prerequisite courses, maintain an overall GPA of at least 2.75, and submit supplemental materials including health requirements, background checks, and other required materials no later than the published due date, to be permitted to remain in Level I Nursing courses. In the event that a slot becomes available, the number of HPU credits and overall GPA earned will be used to select the next eligible student.

Students eligible but not awarded a clinical seat:

Students who are not admitted to the clinical phase of studies may elect to be reviewed in a subsequent semester among a new pool of eligible candidates. Students who have applied in the past will be given no special consideration and their records will be reviewed as a member of that current appli-cant pool by the College of Nursing. Individuals desiring consideration must be continuously enrolled at HPU.

Progression in the Nursing major: Nursing majors enter clinical nursing courses upon completion of all prerequisite courses with a GPA of 2.75 or higher in courses required for the nursing major. To progress, a student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75. To graduate the student must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher in nursing (NUR) courses.

Health requirement deadlines: All health requirements are due at the Nursing Office in the Health Requirements Box by 5:00 p.m. on the due date. Please go to www.hpu.edu for the latest information about health requirements and any other changes.

College of Nursing and Health

Science Admissions Information

Acceptance into

clinical nursing courses

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Learning Environment: Students learn in a flexible multicultural environment and receive quality instruction in classrooms. Clinical groups have no more than eight to 10 students. Health care facilities all over the island of O‘ahu are utilized for clinical experiences. Opportunities may exist for students to engage in clinical experiences off island. The majority of nursing lecture classes are held on the Hawai‘i Loa campus. Classes are offered on a variety of days during the week and/or weekends and at a variety of daytime and evening hours.

Nursing Students: The undergraduate Nursing program accepts students from varied backgrounds, from those just out of high school to returning students, as well as those

seeking a second degree. The nursing student body is ethnically and internationally diverse, spans the ages from 19 to 60+, and includes both full-and part-timers. About 15 percent of the nursing student body is male.

Testing: The College of Nursing and Health Sciences (CNHS) utilizes the Assessment Technologies Institute (ATI) testing program as a means to assist the student and the school to monitor the student’s formative and summative nursing knowledge achievement and prepare them for the NCLEX-RN.

Academic Advising and Personal Counseling: Advisors specializing in nursing are available to counsel students.

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Other Requirements

• CPR Certification for the Health Care Provider is required prior to clinical course registration to certify that an approved American Heart Association Basic Cardiac Life Support course has been passed. Annual renewal of the certificate during the entire program is the students’ responsibility and will be checked each semester.

• A complete physical examination is required once. Evidence of various immunizations and titers is required by the clinical agencies before students can be placed in the agencies for clinical practice every semester.

• Students are responsible for transportation to and from clinical agencies.

• Clinical courses may involve other commitments and hours in addition to published times of courses. • Students are responsible for obtaining criminal background checks. These may be required every semester.

Health Insurance Notice

The College of Nursing and Health Sciences at Hawai‘i Pacific University requires health insurance coverage for all nursing students in nursing course levels one through five. Each student is required to provide proof of insurance coverage by the health requirement deadline every semester. For information regarding HPU student health care insurance provided through Kaiser Permanente or HMSA, see www.hpu.edu/healthcare.

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Reputation: Outstanding. A private, not-for-profit, coeducational, nonsectarian, career-oriented postsecondary institution founded in 1965, HPU is consistently ranked among the best educational institutions in the nation. It is accredited by the Accrediting Commission for Senior Colleges and Universities of the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The Nursing Program is accredited by the National League for Nursing Accrediting Commission (NLNAC), and is approved by the Hawai‘i Board of Nursing. The Social Work program is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education (CSWE). The University is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB International), and is recognized by the Hawai‘i Commission on Postsecondary Education.

Location: Stunning.

Strategically located in the center of the Pacific Rim—the region with the fastest growing economies in the world—HPU provides an American education in an international setting. Cosmopolitan, culturally vibrant, and ethnically diverse, Hawai‘i is famous for its clean air and water and a population that enjoys the longest average life expectancy among the 50 states in the nation. In fact, Honolulu was recently ranked one of the safest and cleanest large cities in the United States.

Campus: Distinctive.

Hawai‘i Pacific University combines the excite-ment of an urban downtown campus with the serenity of a traditional campus set in the green foothills of O‘ahu’s Ko‘olau Mountains. The main campus is located in downtown Honolulu, the business and financial center of the Pacific. Eight miles away, situated on 135 acres in Kane‘ohe, the Hawai‘i Loa campus is the site of the College of Nursing and Health Science and the College of

Natural and Computational Sciences. HPU is also affiliated with the Oceanic Institute, a 56-acre aquaculture research facility at Makapu‘u Point, that offers students research and hands-on opportunities. These three distinctive sites are conveniently linked by shuttle.

Student Body: Incredible.

More than 7,000 undergraduate and 1,200 graduate students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 100 countries make HPU one of the most culturally diverse universities in the world. In fact, the student body is roughly split into thirds– one-third from the U.S. mainland, one-third from Hawai‘i, and one-third from around the globe. Academic Programs: Comprehensive. HPU offers more than 50 undergraduate and 12 graduate degree programs in the areas of business administration, communication, and liberal arts, science, including several pre-professional programs.

Faculty: Accessible.

Multicultural, diverse in their interests, and passionate about teaching, HPU faculty are renowned for the personal interest they take in each and every one of their students. HPU boasts more than 500 full- and part-time faculty from around the world with outstanding academic and professional credentials, ensuring that HPU students can easily access a world’s worth of knowledge and experiences. A vast majority of HPU faculty hold the highest degrees in their fields. The student/faculty ratio is 15:1, and the average class size is less than 20. Value: Extraordinary.

With tuition costs almost half the U.S. average, HPU is among the most affordable private universities in the nation. In fact, Barron’s business magazine lists HPU as one of its “Best Buys” in higher education.

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